Rapper 50 Cent set social media fire over the weekend with a post criticising President Biden for taking another beach vacation in Delaware while the conflict between Israel and Hamas continued to escalate.
“Hey Joe, get the f— up; we are in trouble, man!” 50 Cent shared a screenshot from an article on his Instagram account over the weekend. The item was captioned “Biden Hits the Beach with the Middle East, Congress in Chaos.”
Rapper 50 Cent rips Joe Biden for going on a Vacation
In a subsequent post, which included a screenshot of a story with the heading “50 Cent burns Biden,” the rapper said, “We have some serious s— going on out here, Joe. What are your plans to get some sun and relax, because it’s about time?”
Conservative users on social media immediately responded to the tweet, expressing their agreement with the rapper’s viewpoints.
“Rapper [50 Cent] doubles down on his criticism of Joe Biden.” The creator of Students for Trump, Ryan Fournier, wrote on X, which was formerly known as Twitter. “People are waking up!”
“Rapper 50 Cent calls out Joe Biden for sleeping on the beach while our country and world suffer because of his failures,” Alex Bruesewitz, a Trump influencer and CEO of X Strategies LLC, tweeted on X. “Rapper 50 Cent calls out Joe Biden for sleeping on the beach while our country and world suffer because of his failures.”
The social media staff for Twitchy.com posted on X that “50 Cent has a question for Joe Biden, and it is what we are all thinking.”
“[50 Cent] speaking truth,” the spokesperson for Make America Great Again, Karoline Leavitt, posted on X.
Fox News Digital attempted to get in touch with 50 Cent’s reps, but they did not respond to any of their messages.
The deputy spokesperson for the White House, Andrew Bates, responded to the criticisms by saying, “As has been the case for the better part of a century, presidents can execute the full range of their duties from anywhere in the world, whether it’s a war zone in Israel or 100 miles away in Delaware.” Bates was referring to the fact that presidents have been able to carry out all of their responsibilities from anywhere in the world for the past century and a half.
Bates went on to tell Fox News Digital that Biden “works long hours every day” and that he spoke with a number of world leaders about his “support for Israel’s right to defend itself and push for aid to innocent Palestinians,” including Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, and United Kingdom Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.
“And he delivered more security assistance to Israel, a second shipment of aid to Palestinian civilians, and made progress towards passage of his supplemental to protect our national security, increase border funding, and grow our economy,” according to Bates. “Meanwhile, House Republicans were on break bickering with each other.”
Over the course of the weekend, Biden was at his beach property in Delaware while drama continued to unfold in the conflict between Israel and Hamas. Meanwhile, House Republicans were unable to confirm a speaker to replace Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-California.
A social media account that belongs to the Republican National Committee wrote on X that “Americans are still being held hostage by Hamas terrorists, and Joe Biden is at the beach,” in reference to the vice president of the United States.
The amount of time that Biden has spent in his home state of Delaware has been a recurrent target of criticism from Republicans. According to a story that was published in the New York Post in August, he had spent forty percent of his presidency on personal overnight visits away from the White House. This put him on track to become “America’s most idle commander in chief.”