Georgia rapper 2 Chainz opened up on his relationship with his close friends Kanye West and Lil Wayne after the two rappers endorsed Donald Trump for the presidency.
On November 3, citizens of the United States elected their new president. According to unofficial results, Democratic candidate Joe Biden became the 46th president of the United States.
Throughout the election process, many famous names supported Joe Biden as the new president, while some unexpected figures supported Donald Trump. Two of them are Kanye West and Lil Wayne.
Kanye had previously supported the MAGA movement. In these elections, he was a candidate for president. Kanye allegedly made this move to lower the votes of Joe Biden.
Lil Wayne had met with Donald Trump’s administration and announced on his Twitter account that he would openly support him as the new president.
However, neither Kanye’s nor Weezy’s support for Donald Trump seems to have not affected their friendship with 2 Chainz. During a recent interview with ‘The Breakfast Club,’ 2 Chainz said he has no problem with them and they are still friends. He expressed that he respected their choice and that they were adults.
Here’s what he said:
“I’m not gon’ stop talking to Wayne. Whatever Ye goes through, whatever he does. See, the thing about me that I take pride in is my relationships is not industry-based. I don’t have to ever do another song with either one of these cats. We still gonna have a rapport. We still gonna have a relationship. I saw it happen but these folks grown. You’ll have to ask them what their angle was and what their beliefs was.”
Elsewhere in the interview, the rapper also expressed his admiration for former President Barack Obama. He said:
“That was really on my bucket list. I admire the guy. I think the thing that I like about him a lot is how well-spoken he is. Especially being that the current president don’t use two-syllable words. Like, literally, T.I.’s vocabulary is bigger than Trump’s, in my personal opinion.”
Watch the full interview below.
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