50 Cent Retweets video that introduces the “election night degeneration” and has words on the subject.

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Rapper 50 Cent showed a video showing what a reporter near the White House called “election night degeneration” and he had a profane message for the woman in the video.

50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, retweeted the video published by reporter and podcaster Elijah Schaefer, who writes for conservative magazine The Blaze. The video shows people marching near the White House while a woman bends down, puts her hands on the floor and twerks. As she dances, a group of girls nearby slap her behind and scream. It is unclear what they were shouting, although at one point it sounds like shouting, “What is the word?

It is also unclear, just from this short four-second clip, whether they were with the girl and shouting support for her, or with other protesters nearby shouting at her, or actually against the protesters.

In various tweets, Schaefer claimed that the people in the video were both Black Life’s Matter demonstrators and members of the antifascist movement (even though the antifascist movement is not an actual organization).

The “Get Rich or Die Trying” rapper shared the video with the Twerking woman and wrote: “Go away, get out of the way, this thing is important”.

Hoe, get out of the way, this shit is important. ð¤-ð½ââï¸ https://t.co/bd2M8cPc9H

– 50 Cent (@50 Cent) November 4, 2020

As previously reported, 50 Cent recently came under fire for speaking out for President Donald Trump, but he seemed to change his position after talking to his ex-girlfriend, comedian Chelsea Handler. The rapper recently showed a video of Handler talking to Jimmy Fallon during a recent appearance on the Tonight Show about 50 Cent’s apparent support for Trump; 50 Cent showed a video of that appearance on the Tonight Show and tweeted, “F**k Donald Trump, I never liked him.

And in a series of tweets 50 Cent appeared on Monday to criticize Trump and make fun of him by showing videos of him at a recent campaign rally. In the tweets he called the president “really crazy” and said he felt like “the world [is]over.

LOL YO THIS GUY IS REALLY MAD https://t.co/5fenJY47dp

– 50 Cent (@50 Cent) November 3, 2020

ð yo I feel like the world over ð³ð¤-ð½ââï¸ WTF is that? pic.twitter.com/HfHIgisnM6

– 50 Cent (@50 Cent) November 3, 2020

He also tweeted, “If he doesn’t win, he goes in,” while sharing a screenshot of a Vanity Fair article with the headline that Trump is afraid of going to jail if he loses the election.

If he doesn’t win, he goes in. ð¤-ð½ââï¸ LOL pic.twitter.com/Mg5qb0PaAU

– 50 Cent (@50 Cent) November 3, 2020

Although he apparently withdrew his own support for Trump, 50 Cent defended his fellow rapper Lil Wayne, who recently met with Trump and supported Trump. On Tuesday, 50 Cent posted a TMZ tweet promoting the story that Weezy’s girlfriend broke up with him because of his support for Trump’s re-election.

50 Cent stood up for the Carter rapper and said Wayne could easily find another girlfriend. “[You can’t] dump Little Wayne [sic]. Now you can go, if you go, you go, but someone is waiting for the job. LOL,” he wrote.

dumped, [sic]you can’t dump Little Wayne. Now you can go, if you go, then go, but someone is waiting for the job. LOL https://t.co/TOq1rpMDln

– 50 Cent (@50 Cent) November 4, 2020

Despite reports that Wayne’s girlfriend, model Denise Bidot, broke up with him after he threw his support behind Trump, Complex noticed on Tuesday that the model seemed to deny the reports in a tweet that has since been deleted.

Contacts for 50 Cent did not respond in a timely manner to the email request sent to Washington Newsday for a comment on the publication.

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