Black Celebrities Who Are #TeamTrump2016

Black Celebrities Who Are #TeamTrump2016
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You read the headline correctly. Although Trump has his nay-sayers within the black community, Trump does have a few African American supporters scattered throughout his rallies and among those supporters are actually black celebrities. Below, TheDaily411 has compiled a list of 6 black celebrities who will vote for Trump this 2016 election.


Azealia Banks

According to the Huffington post, in February 2016, the queen of Twitter beef tweeted her frustrations with the United States in a series of rants and concluded that Donald Trump should be president. The “212” singer said:

I only trust this country to be what it is: full of sh*t. takes sh*t to know shit so we may as well, put a piece of sh*t in the White House

— azealiabanks (@AZEALIABANKS) February 1, 2016
I have no hope for America. It is what it is. Capitalist, consumerist, racist land of make believe. Its inherently evil and must feed …

— azealiabanks (@AZEALIABANKS) February 1, 2016
Just how this web of lies and oppression has spawned itself into this global influence and made people proud to be a part of it

— azealiabanks (@AZEALIABANKS) February 1, 2016
In conclusion, I think Donald trump is evil like America is evil and in order for America to keep up with itself it needs him.

— azealiabanks (@AZEALIABANKS) February 1, 2016
And to sum up my rant: I am saying that politicians are inherently evil, I trust the one who is most transparent.

— azealiabanks (@AZEALIABANKS) February 1, 2016″

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Mike Tyson

According to the Daily Beast and the New York Post, Tyson has thrown his support behind Donald Trump multiple times. The former heavyweight champion told the Daily Beast, “Yeah! Hell, yeah,” he exclaims of Trump 2016. “That sh-t is the real deal. Listen: I’m a black motherf–ker from the poorest town in the country. I’ve been through a lot in life. And I know him. When I see him, he shakes my hand and respects my family. None of them—Barack, whoever—nobody else does that. They’re gonna be who they are and disregard me, my family. So I’m voting for him. If I can get 20,000 people or more to vote for him, I’m gonna do it.”

Tyson reiterated his support for the Republican nominee in an interview with the New York Post earlier in the year saying, “I think it’s a pretty awesome thing that he’s doing so well,” Tyson said. “People are combining together to make sure he doesn’t win. He’s probably telling himself, ‘They hate me more than they hate [President Barack] Obama.’ You know it’s crazy when people who fought so hard to get rid of Obama would now rather keep him because they hate Trump more than they hate him.”


Dennis Rodman

In July of last year, the former Chicago Bulls basketball player tweeted his support for Donald Trump saying:

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Terrell Owens

Terrell Owens, former wide receiver for the Seattle Seahawks, was actually one of the first African American celebrities to openly show support for Donald Trump. Owens tweeted to his followers:“This may be what the country needs and Trump … he’s a guy who won’t put up with B.S. and has what it takes to change how government is run.”

“With that being said, Trump … YOU’RE HIRED”

Owens adds, “Plus, as the president, Trump would be able to say he knows me and he likes me … LOL!”

Not only does Owens support Trump, but the former NFL player said on “TMZ Hollywood Sports” that he would love to work in Trump’s administration if he is elected.


Reverend James David Manning

Founder of the Harlem, New York based ATLAH Worldwide Missionary Church, Reverend Manning refers to Trump as “black people’s hero” and was one of the 100 black pastors who met and prayed over Trump during Manning’s pastoral summit last year.

Manning took to Youtube to post an endorsement speech for Trump through his channel “The Manning Report.” Check it out below:


Herschel Walker

Herschel Walker, retired NFL player for the New York Giants, spoke his praises of Donald Trump last year and, according to TMZ, is #TeamTrump2016 one hundred percent. He told TMZ: “Look, we can’t build a wall and not let people in the country,” Walker tells TMZ Sports … “But we do have to get this country safe. We have to quit being politically correct.”

“We have to do what’s right to save America … I guarantee you [Donald] would do better than a lot of people in office now. That I can tell you for a fact.”

“Donald has said what he’s said, but his numbers haven’t gone down. That’s a sign he is saying the things that people think, but are afraid to say themselves. Donald is saying what people want to hear.”

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