Rapper Killer Mike stunned comedian Bill Maher on Friday by refusing to back Joe Biden in his election race against Donald Trump.
Killer Mike dodged giving an answer to Maher’s repeated demands that he reveal which candidate he supported in the 2024 election.
The rap star eventually spelled out the terms under which he would back Biden, telling the president to take concrete measures that benefited Black people.
Maher argued that voters should care more about ideas than specific candidates, and then asked the rapper who he was voting “for” in 2024.
“I’m for black people. And Happy Black History Month,” Killer Mike said before appearing to reference his past support for socialist Independent Bernie Sanders.
“You can’t get yourself to say ‘vote for Biden over Trump?’” Maher asked.
Killer Mike wouldn’t take the bait.
“Can he get himself to apologize for the  crime bill? Can he get himself to get his head out of his ass and say ‘black people, you are black regardless?”
“Can he pick a coalition of former people who were affected by drug law, street gangs, recidivism and crime and say ‘I need you as a board to advise me how to fix federal prisons’?”
“If he can do that, absolutely I can. So my challenge is out.”
Democrats are losing the Black community. Killer Mike isn’t the only rap star who can see that everyone was better of under Donald Trump. That includes rappers.
Donald Trump forged ties with the rap world by working with Ye and Kim Kardashian on criminal justice reform, helping to get A$AP Rocky out of a Swedish prison, and issuing presidential pardons to Lil Wayne and Kodak Black.
50 Cent recently slammed Democrats for NYC’s $53 million program to hand out pre-paid credit cards to illegal aliens.
“WTF mayor Adams call my phone, I don’t understand how this works somebody explain… I’m stuck maybe TRUMP is the answer.”