Another day, another 50 Cent social media post. With the 2020 presidential election still up in the air, Donald Trump is calling for the remaining votes to be disregarded. On Thursday (November 5), Trump boldly tweeted, “STOP THE COUNT!”

While that’s obviously not how voting actually works, it hasn’t stopped 45 from filing multiple lawsuits against key battleground states such as Michigan, Pennsylvania and Georgia in an effort to get them to stop.

Just weeks after encouraging his 26.2 million Instagram followers to “vote for Trump,” 50 is again clowning the current POTUS for even suggesting the notion. In a Twitter post shared on Thursday morning, the television mogul reminded his followers Trump will likely be incarcerated rather than inaugurated in 2021.

“man they gonna do Trump dirty, he going to jail, ” he wrote alongside a meme of Trump about to get flung across the United States by the Statue of Liberty. “you ever herd a president say stop counting the fucking votes. LOL SMH.”

This is the second time in a week 50 has suggested Trump will get a prison sentence if he’s not elected for another term. On Monday (November 2), Vanity Fair ran a story with the headline, “Trump Is Terrified About Going To Prison After Losing The Election, As He Should Be.”

Fiddy then took a screenshot of the article and wrote in the caption, “If he don’t win, he’s going in LOL.”

The Get Rich or Die Tryin’ legend recently walked back his Trump support after his ex-girlfriend and comedian Chelsea Handler shamed him into publicly saying “Fuck Trump” on Instagram with the promise of sex. But rappers such as Lil Wayne and Lil Pump continue to pledge their allegiance to the current POTUS, even as Biden leads the race with 264 points to Trump’s 218.

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