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Lil Wayne Dumps Denise Bidot For Not Supporting Trump

Lil Wayne Dumps Denise Bidot For Not Supporting Trump
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Lil Wayne and his girlfriend, Denise Bidot, split over political differences.

This election season has not been kind to Lil Wayne and his girlfriend, Denise Bidot

The couple, who have been publicly together since June, reportedly split this week over Wayne’s newfound support for Donald Trump. While early reports claimed that Bidot dumped Wayne over his politics, it seems the opposite is true.

According to text messages acquired from Bidot’s friends, she encouraged her Instagram followers to vote with the hashtag “#notrumpforme,” followed by a photo of Wayne with the caption “Let me be clear, this is my king I love him.”

That was too much for Wayne, who apparently unfollowed her and kicked her out of his house. She unfollowed him the next day, shared a post saying “sometimes love just isn’t enough,” and then deleted her Instagram account.

Lil Wayne went all in for Trump last week, meeting with the president and posting his support to social media.

Just had a great meeting with @realdonaldtrump @potus. besides what he’s done so far with criminal reform, the platinum plan is going to give the community real ownership. He listened to what we had to say today and assured he will and can get it done.”

Lil Wayne is supporting Trump because he believes he will be unfairly taxed by Joe Biden.

50 Cent compares Lil Wayne to Black man wielding a confederate flag.

Former Trump supporter 50 Cent also got involved in the Lil Wayne drama this week. He tweeted a viral image of a standoff between a white BLM supported and a Black confederate flag wielder, comparing it to the Trump and Weezy meeting.

“Wayne Vs. Eminem,” he captioned the photo.

Eminem spent the final days of the campaign sending support Joe Biden’s way. Following his endorsement of the former vice president, Em shared an official campaign video that uses his 2002 hit song “Lose Yourself” in the background.

“One opportunity… #Vote,” he wrote.

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