Despite recent news of Lil Wayne's support for President Donald Trump, not all black rappers support the current White House resident.
At a political rally for former Vice President Joe Biden, two popular rappers came out to not only endorse and support Biden, but also to perform. Rappers Lonnie Rashid Lynn, aka Common, and Kiari Kendrell Cephus, aka Offset, of hip-hop group The Migos took the stage in Atlanta earlier this week to endorse the Democratic presidential candidate, according to BET.
During a photo opportunity, the former vice president admires the "bling" of Offset, who is apparently impressed by what he sees when he touches the rapper's expensive chain.
The event, held in Peach State on Tuesday, was a drive-in rally held exactly a week before the November 3rd presidential election. Popular and prolific rapper Common opened the performance with several freestyles before introducing Georgia & # 39; s Offset.
“We have offset here,” Common told the exuberant crowd. "He's been talking about voting for as long as I've known the man. I have to say, it just touched my heart to hear his story and what he did."
Both rappers later used social media to continue to show their support for Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris's Democratic presidential ticket, encouraging their fans and followers to go out and vote.