50 Cent gets an offer from ex-girlfriend Chelsea Handler after tweet supporting Trump

She made him an offer he might not refuse...
Chelsea Handler and 50 Cent
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Chelsea Handler incited a full on Twitter spat with ex 50 Cent after the rapper publically endorsed President Trump to be elected for a second term.

The comedian got 50’s attention on Tuesday, when she replied to his tweet sharing a Fox News segment in support of Trump, "You used to be my favorite ex-boyfriend." The rapper, known also as Curtis Jackson, shared a Fox News television segment talking about aversion to high taxes.

50 took a screen shot and responded with a slight empathetic tone to his former lover. “oh my God this is effecting my love life now.
@chelseahandler I love ya Gator, don’t let Trump and Joe Biden come between us girl. #starzgettheapp,” Jackson pleaded with his ex.

That’s when Handler went into attack mode and made reference to the Black Lives Matter movement, in an attempt to appeal with Jackson. She even offered to pay his taxes if he voted for Joe Biden on November 3. “Hey f*****! I will pay your taxes in exchange for you coming to your senses. Happily! Black lives matter. That’s you, f*****! Remember?” she tweets.

Curtis wasn’t always a supporter of the President. In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, he slammed Trump’s response with a full screen Instagram image stating, “you wanted a reality show host as president? Well now you’re on Survivor."

His tune changed after Democratic challenger Joe Biden released his proposed tax plan that seemed to negatively affect 50. Since then, the artist has been a consistent surrogate for President Trump.

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Handler met Jackson back in 2010. During an interview with YouTube channel Hot Ones last April, she revealed that 50 was late showing up as a guest for her talk show. To apologize, he sent bouquets of flowers to her office each day.

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