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Detroit rapper 'Icewear Vezzo' explains why he's supporting Trump in 2024 (VIDEO) |  The Gateway expert

When Trump held an event in Detroit last weekend, a rapper named Icewear Vezzo was approached by a reporter and explained why he is supporting Donald Trump in November.

His answer was very logical. He simply explained that he has now lived under both men’s policies and that he appreciates Trump’s policies better.

Millions of Americans are currently coming to the same simple conclusion.

Axios reported:

Former President Trump traded his typical campaign message for one Saturday aimed at black, working-class Detroiters.

Why it matters: Trump’s campaign stop in a predominantly Democratic area is part of his campaign’s efforts to attract black voters.

What they’re saying: The former president focused on criminal justice reform, his support for funding historically black colleges and school choice, while listening to the issues facing black business owners. He made no mention of his felony convictions from his criminal trial in New York…

Local celebrities attended the event, including rappers Sada Baby, Icewear Vezzo and Peezy, and told reporters they support the former president.

See the video below:

According to Rap-UpVezzo is already facing ‘backlash’ for openly supporting Trump:

Peezy and Icewear Vezzo Face Backlash for Linking to Donald Trump

Politics is always a difficult subject within social circles. On Saturday (June 15), Peezy and Icewear Vezzo found out the hard way after posting photos with Donald Trump during his visit to Detroit, Michigan.

In Peezy’s Instagram post, he said: “I told Donald Trump if we can bring the ACT BACK, we can MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN. And I’m having Trump come to Sloppy Crab tonight. WE LIT.” Shortly afterwards he said: ‘Can someone explain why they are so angry? I thought we were free to vote for whoever we wanted? What’s the problem? Does everyone have to be a follower? Do you all hate free thinkers?”

One fan replied, “The dude will brag about using dope and killing his own people… and identify with a guy who despises guys like him… to make it make sense.” Another user said: “Rappers keep falling for this s**t every time [the] election [is] around the corner, that’s why them niggas gotta stay out [of] politics.”

This is typical of the left. They punish people for thinking the wrong way.