Fofty's campaign is clearly based on money.
For weeks, 50 Cent has been on a mission to harass anybody that owes him some money, making sure that they pay up by the next business day. His work has been taking place on Instagram for the public to engage with. Feuds with the likes of Jackie Long, Randall Emmett, Teairra Mari, and others have helped 50 Cent level up as a troll by taking on the role of "Fofty," the debt collector. The rapper may have an even larger goal in mind because from the looks of his latest social upload, he's interested in much more than just settling his personal feuds regarding money.
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Sharing a poster of himself with a presidential slogan, 50 Cent is ready to throw his name in the hat as one of the many hopefuls for the 2020 presidency. If Donald Trump doesn't get re-elected, Fofty is planning to take his spot in the White House, joking about how nobody would ever dare mess with the country again. "No one will ever dare owe America again," wrote the newfound politician as his slogan, adding more for his caption. "All debts will be paid by Monday, no more loans and no your not gonna see my taxes," he wrote on the image created by artist McVader.
If you're concerned about the financial state of the United States, vote for 50 Cent because he will make sure the country is richer than ever before. Whose name are you writing on the ballot?