Who down with GOP? Nicki Minaj apparently!
Obviously, Nicki's Republican endorsement didn't sit too well with many folks who are rooting for another four years for President Obama, but in all actuality, Nicki Minaj has publicly supported the President's Obamacare health plan in the past.
GlobalGrind decided to round up all the rappers who've rapped, rhymed, raved and ravaged the Republican Party.
Whether it's Nas and Jay-Z metaphorically rapping about being a "Black Republican," or Mac Miller calling the Republican Party "lames," rappers rhyme about Republicans more than we think.
Surprisingly, there were a lot of rappers who had a few political bars, but GlobalGrind narrowed it down to a solid 10.
Find out which rappers had Republicans in their rhymes below!
Nicki Minaj "Mercy" Freestyle raps:
"I’m a Republican, voting for Mitt Romey/ You lazy b*tches is f*ckin up the economy."
On Jay-Z and Kanye West's Watch The Throne banger "New Day," Kanye raps about making his unborn child vote Republican.
"I mean I might even make him be Republican/So everybody know he love white people."
In an interview with AllHipHop, rapper Scarface said that would vote Republican in terms of money.
"If I had to vote for issues, I would, you're going to love this, I'd vote Republican."
Nas and Jay-Z collaborated on a track entitled "Black Republican." Although the song was metaphorical, the idea of being a black Republican has always been closely associated with wealthy blacks.
"I feel like a Black Republican, money I got comin' in/Can't turn my back on the hood, I got love for them/Can't clean my act up for good, too much thug in 'em/Probably end up back in the hood, I'm like "Fuck it then"'
Juelz Santana "Black Republican" Freestyle
"I'm feelin' like a black Republican/Naw, I can't call it/More like a black Democrat runnin' 'em out of office/Young Barack Obama, I'm all for it"
Lil Wayne "Black Republican" Freestyle
"I feel like a black Republican/Tote the MAC in the public and/Act so southern n' die for my brethren"
Ab-Soul "Showin Love"
"Motherfuck the government, Democrats, Republicans/Can shove it up, where they take a sh*t, we in this b*tch"
Mac Miller "Uhh Most Dope"
"They wonder bout this Malcolm dude/Oh that's just my government name/No Republican, you never see me running with lames"
Game "Hard Times"
"Only the kitchen oven and rules to the government/Ask the Republicans how crack cocaine get smuggled in?/Watch them throw they hands up and say it wasn’t them."
Joe Budden "Dumb Out"
"Your first week ain't right, they can't f*ck wit 'em/Now if you don't sell 5 mill, they had enough of 'em/Let me find out Hip Hop's turning Republican"