With the Democratic Party tearing at the fabric of American society with its partisan impeachment inquisition, where the lower chamber of the legislative branch of the U.S. government is attacking the executive branch, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi took a break from the exhausting work of unseating a duly elected president to meet a rapper.
One day before holding a floor vote on impeachment that confirmed it’s a one-sided endeavor, rapper 50 Cent paid a visit to Capitol Hill and met with Pelosi.
PELOSI and 50 CENT ladies and gentlemen! pic.twitter.com/WMY7stwXGF
— Scott Wong (@scottwongDC) October 30, 2019
The rapper, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, was looking to advocate for diversity and representation in the entertainment industry, according to The Hill. He was also pushing for Starz to remain as part of Comcast Xfinity — the network is home to his “Power” series, which he produces and stars in.
But it was the timing of the visit that stood out more so than the stated purpose.
Taking to Twitter with a photo of the encounter, 50 Cent tweeted: “My #1 Lady Nancy Pelosi — Big Changes Coming.”
My #1 Lady Nancy Pelosi – Big Changes Coming pic.twitter.com/ewCRiQjy1C
— 50cent (@50cent) October 30, 2019
As for where he stands on impeachment … well, read between the lines in the tweet below, which shows a screenshot of CNN covering Pelosi’s impeachment resolution, accompanied by his photo with the speaker.
“Fear is an option but danger is real, Pelosi is no joke,” he tweeted.
— 50cent (@50cent) October 31, 2019
Pelosi was far from the only Democrat star-gazing as they push their impeachment sham, as GOP leadership refers to their efforts to take out Trump.
Rep. Bobby Rush, D-Ill., a walking embodiment for the desperate need for term limits in the Washington, D.C. swamp, shared photos with the rapper online while plugging 50 Cent’s show and calling for more shows featuring “people who look like us.”
— Bobby L. Rush (@RepBobbyRush) October 30, 2019
In a photo 50 Cent shared on Instagram, he is seen also meeting Rep. Tony Cardenas, D-Calif.,
“I met with @repcardenas to discuss the importance of producing and promoting diverse programming,” read the caption of the photo.
Social media users were quick to react on the timing and choice of priorities in such a divisive, troubling time in America.
Here’s a sampling of the responses from Twitter:
um, Fiddy — she’s busy with impeachment
can you come back next year?
— Beltran? LOL #METS! (@MetsFanInPhilly) October 31, 2019
Sounds like a priority right about now. Good job!
— PDavisCO (@PDavisCO1) October 31, 2019
This is an important issue with the country????
— John Wick (@JohnWick0000000) October 31, 2019
Will he also help Pelosi to explain his fans what is going on with the impeachment?
— asktoconsider (@asktoconsider) October 31, 2019
With all that’s going on?!?!!! pic.twitter.com/u5ofoqxoha
— Miss Marilyn’s Daughter?♋️? (@babiEztah) October 31, 2019
Maybe she was talking about that new Starz reality show about life in Ukraine. That’s why there have been so many meetings in the secret House chamber as Schiff writes the script.
— Marshall Collins (@BelleOakesFarms) October 31, 2019
Nah, that’s her 8 vodkas into the day look
— Mark (@taylor1l) October 31, 2019
Pelosi meeting up with a past crack dealer to discuss a show featuring wait for it…. crack dealers.
— BruceLeroy (@BruceLe44098599) October 31, 2019
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