Rapper Chika calls on Lil Wayne for trump support: ‘F stands for fascist’.

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Up-and-coming rapper Chika tweeted a diss at Carter rapper Lil Wayne on Wednesday, saying the F in his nickname “Weezy F. Baby” stood for “fascist” after Wayne showed support for President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign.

The “SONGS ABOUT YOU” rapper, who appeared in the XXL issue 2020 of “Freshman Class”, a rite of passage for young hip-hop artists, shared the tweet on Tuesday afternoon. “Weezy F. Baby and the F is for fascist,” she wrote using a meme that many people used after the rapper endorsed Trump.

Weezy F. Baby and the F is for fascist.

– CHIKA ð¹ (@oranicuhh) November 4, 2020

The rapper also clapped back at someone who said their tweet was “crazy” with a GIF that sarcastically offered a “boo-hoo” gesture. Chika also shared some tweets mocking Wayne’s recent tweets and saying they didn’t make sense. She also told a fan that it wasn’t worth her time to do a diss track aimed at the rapper.

Picture.twitter.com/95fKZhTEFf

– CHIKA ð¹ (@oranicuhh) November 4, 2020

these weren’t the bars you thought they were, big buddy. https://t.co/VscQwaDwAw pic.twitter.com/fZYnW72gbZ

– CHIKA ð¹ (@oranicuhh) November 4, 2020

And how are you as a fireman and firefighter? This tweet is literally an alphabet soup. https://t.co/VscQwaDwAw

– CHIKA ð¹ (@oranicuhh) November 4, 2020

Chika also made fun of the rapper Lil Pump, who appeared with Trump at an election campaign rally. She seemed to imply that his career had stalled and she called it funny. In another tweet, she implied that Lil Pump was “looking for influence” because “he was dropped.

Lil Pump was dropped.

She only came here to share this laughter with yâall.

– CHIKA ð¹ (@oranicuhh) November 4, 2020

She also gave sobering advice to her fans, telling them that they don’t have to continue supporting stars who don’t live up to their own values. “Just as you don’t have to respect someone just because they’re ‘family’, you don’t have to respect celebrities/leaders who don’t respect you,” she wrote, “I don’t care what you’ve done in the past. The present is more important.”

People on Twitter used the meme to show both their enthusiasm and their disdain for Wayne’s support. It’s a piece on a common trope in Wayne’s lyrics in which he explains that the “F” in his nickname stands for things like “Finisher” in “6 Foot 7 Foot” or “Ferocious” in “Steady Mobbin'”.

After Wayne endorsed Trump and posed for a photo with him, one person suggested that the “F” stands for “Four More Years” and greeted the “Lollipop” rapper “aboard the Trump Train. Others offered more mundane explanations of what the F stands for. One person suggested that it stood for “F**k Black Lives Matter. Another person suggested it stood for “F**k out of here with this bulls**t”.

âWeezy F Babyâ and the âFâ stands for âfour more yearsâ

Well done, Lil Wayne! Welcome aboard the Trump Train!

– Brigitte Gabriel (@ACTBrigitte) October 30, 2020

Now I know that everyone is not upset about Lil Wayne?
Weezy F Baby and the F stands for Fuck Black Lives Matter? Is that Wayne? Lol

– Expansion of Nia Long (@ScottieBeam) October 29, 2020

Weezy F Baby.

The F stands for âfuck out of here with this bullshitâ https://t.co/oRPhcAAM5V

– Benjamin Dixon (@BenjaminPDixon) October 29, 2020

On October 29, Wayne tweeted that he had met with Trump. The “A Milli” rapper praised the president for his criminal reform and showed support for the president and his “platinum plan”.

The contacts for Chika and Lil Wayne did not respond to the e-mail requests for comments sent to Washington Newsday in time for publication.

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