50 Cent isn't a fan of Democratic presidential candidate Biden's tax plans, so he's endorsing Trump.
When it comes to dollar bills, 50 Cent is going MAGA.
The Get Rich Or Die Tryin' artist took to Instagram to offer his support for Trump's re-election campaign after seeing figures related to Biden's tax plan.
In the post, 50 Cent—born Curtis James Jackson III—also criticized the Democratic presidential nominee's plan. Biden's tax plan proposes an increase in tax rates for people and corporations making $400,000 or more per year.
And the rapper shared an image from what appears to be a news broadcast, showing 'top tax rates by the state under Biden plan.'
He wrote in the caption:
WHAT THE F--K! (VOTE For TRUMP) IM OUT.
F**K NEW YORK. The KNICKS never win anyway.
50 Cent then said:
I don't care Trump doesn't like black people 62% are you out of ya f--king mind.
Among the states on the list, New York City could face combined federal and state tax rates of 62 percent.
Meanwhile, New York will have a 58 percent tax rate.
New Jersey and California residents who make more than $400,000 per year could also face a more than 60 percent tax rate.
After sharing his post, 50 Cent was met by a mixture of praise and criticism.
The rapper hasn't always backed Trump, though.
For example, in September 2016, he tweeted:
Let us pray, Lord, please don't let Trump into office. We will spin out of control.
Shortly after his post about Biden's tax plan, 50 Cent shared another post, seemingly to boast about his wealth.
Alongside a photo of himself smiling, he wrote:
I just remembered I'm bankrupt, so I'm looking for a gracious loan. Can anyone help a brother out? LOL.
He also capped off his post by adding two hashtags to represent the alcohol brands he owns: #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi.
As per Branson Cognac's website, just a bottle of the booze sells for between $49.99-$260. The Le Chemin Du Roi site doesn't list prices online.
50 Cent, who also goes by the names Fitty and Fiddy, has a net worth of at least $30 million.
However, this is a considerable drop from his peak of $155 million in 2015, when Forbes listed him as one of hip-hop's wealthiest artists.
The rapper joins a long list of Trump supporters, such as Kirstie Alley, who recently voiced support for the President.