Lil Wayne’s Girlfriend Denise Bidot Dumps Him For Endorsing Donald Trump For President
LIL Wayne was reportedly dumped by his girlfriend, Denise Bidot, just hours after he publicly supported Donald Trump for the 2020 United States election.
The sexy swimsuit model was allegedly “shocked” and “disappointed” when her man endorsed Trump in Miami – and even posed for a thumbs-up photo – earlier this week.
Rumors began to swirl that there was trouble in paradise for the Lollipop rapper after Denise unfollowed him on Instagram Tuesday before deleting her account altogether.
She also wrote in a now-deleted Instagram story with a broken heart: “Sometimes love just isn’t enough…”
After speculation ran rampant, a friend of Denise told blogger Love B Scott: “She broke up with Wayne.
Her friend continued: “It wasn’t just his Trump support, but that was a big part.
“[Denise] was shocked when she saw Wayne come out with Trump. She’s so disappointed in him.”
Though the former couple never stated when they officially stated when they got together, they first became Instagram official earlier this Summer.
Dwayne Michael Carter Jr. – Lil Wayne’s real name – shared a sultry swimsuit snap of the curvy Miami native and simply wrote “I like you” along with a heart.
This week, the record-breaking musician shocked many of his fans when he posted a picturing smiling next to Trump in Florida.
The pair each had a thumbs up and a large grin as they posed in front of American flags.
“Just had a great meeting with @realdonaldtrump @potus besides what he’s done so far with criminal reform, the platinum plan is going to give the community real ownership,” the rapper tweeted.
“He listened to what we had to say today and assured he will and can get it done.”
The Trump administration’s Platinum Plan aims at investing $500 million into black communities and winning support from them.
It was developed with the help of rapper Ice Cube and entails expanding economic initiatives boosting the black community, making Juneteenth a federal holiday and prosecuting the Antifa and Ku Klux Klan as terrorist groups.
Ice Cube said he worked with the Trump administration because blacks represent 13 percent of the country but are getting just .5 percent of the wealth and “they listened, heard what I had to say, pumped up their plan and presented it to the people.”
Lil Wayne is the latest of a number of black celebrities who have come out in support of Trump.
Last week, rapper 50 Cent stated that he would get behind Trump because he did not want to become “20 Cent” under Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s tax plan that proposes to raise taxes on the rich.
Kanye West was the first major artist in the genre to voice support for Trump and met with him in the Oval Office in 2020.
However, West ended up making a long-shot bid for president.