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Science & Tech: Waka Flocka Flame Disses Biden, Tells Supporters

SCIENCE & TECH: Waka Flocka Flame disses Biden, tells supporters to leave

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Rapper Waka Flocka Flame trolled President Biden supporters at a concert this week — telling them to “get out” so they can “party” for Donald Trump.

“All my Joe Biden voters, get out,” the Grammy-nominated artist told the crowd at Club Lake in Salt Lake City Monday.

“We going to see y’all at the bingo game,” the 38-year-old added, taking a dig at the 81-year-old commander-in-chief’s age.

Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame mocked President Biden supporters at a recent show in Salt Lake City. TikTok/@kingz_ireen

The proclamation drew a mix of applause and light jeers, but nobody appeared to head towards the exit, according to a video posted on TikTok.

“We’re gonna party right now for our f—in’ president, T24, man, it’s a motherf—in’ party,” the “O Let’s Do It” rapper said, referencing former President Trump.

The Biden diss gained a lot of support online, with many social media commenters declaring themselves newly-minted fans of the Atlanta-based musician.

“I just became a wocka flocka (sic) fan,” one commenter wrote.

“Never have liked rap/hip, but I’ll be subbing to his YouTube music,” said another.

The rapper took an apparent shot as Biden’s age, telling his supporters in the crowd that he’d see them “at the bingo game.” NurPhoto via Getty Images
Flame is one of a number of high-profile rappers to come out in support of Trump, including Ice Cube, Lil Wayne and Kanye West. Getty Images

Flame, whose real name is Juaquin James Malphurs, is only one of a coterie of famous hip-hop stars who have thrown their support behind Trump’s reelection bid.

Rappers like Ice Cube, Lil Wayne and Kanye West were eager Trump boosters during his 2016 race and that trend has continued this election with support from performers like Lil Pump, Benny the Butcher, and Chicago emcee Badman Kevo, who even tattooed the 45th president’s image on his thigh in a viral Instagram post.





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