50 Cent tweets footage of Trump's funny dance moves, calls him "crazy"

50 Cent tweets footage of Trump's funny dance moves, calls him "crazy"

- 50 Cent took to Twitter to repost a video of Donald Trump on the campaign trail and mock his awkward dance moves

- The rapper took the opportunity to caption the video as "LOL YO THIS GUY IS CRAZY"

- 50 Cent decided to endorse Joe Biden despite previously expressing belief in Donald Trump's ability to lead

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50 Cent took to Twitter to repost footage of Donald Trump at one of his campaign rallies. The rapper tweeted out the footage of Trump's awkward moves and used them to declare how out of touch the current president is.

The original composer of the tweet's caption read, "does he ... does he thinks this looks good?" in relation to the strange arm gestures Trump was making.

50 Cent then retweeted the post with his own caption, and in response said "LOL YO THIS GUY IS REALLY CRAZY". Implying that if Trump thought the dance moves looked good, it was further proof that he had a warped sense of reality.

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50 Cent mocked Donald Trump's campaign-rally dancing moves. Source: Getty Images
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The famous musician was previously thought by many to be a Trump supporter after making comments to that effect last month. There was uproar recently after Lil Wayne came out as endorsing Trump, but 50 used that opportunity to say he was voting Biden in the election.

YEN.com.gh reported on how the candidates have been making their last efforts before election results come in.

America and the world are only hours away from hearing who will be America's new president. For months before now, both Trump and Biden, the two strongest candidates in the election, have been going all out to secure votes. It seems that both Presidential candidates are not done trying to get in some last minutes votes.

Just hours ago, both Biden and Trump took to popular social media app, Instagram to call on voters to vote for them. While President Trump opted for a lights camera action approach - sharing a clip of himself shaking hands with important American public figures, jeering crowds and spending time with family - Biden headed down a more simple road, only sharing a picture of himself and Obama with a humble caption that read:

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"12 years ago, I was given the honour to serve you as Vice-President alongside President @BarackObama.We accomplished so much, but I'm not done yet. Today, I'm asking you to put your faith in me once again — I won't let you down."

Both posts racked up hundreds and thousands of likes and comments from American citizens who are understandably anxious about what the results will yield. Trump received 236,987 views, while Biden secured 338 145 likes for his post.

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