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Rapper 50 Cent Says Move To Texas To Avoid Biden’s Excessive Tax Hike



In a recent appearance on MSNBC’s “The Beat with Ari Melber,” legendary rapper 50 Cent expressed concerns over Biden’s plan to raise taxes on Americans with annual earnings of $400,000 and above.

“His tax plan, I didn’t realize I would be paying 62% of my income back to the IRS. So that does change a lot. New York City will change dramatically. Like they are going to end up moving to different territories. You look at Silicon Valley, it is now in Austin, Texas,”  50 Cent said.

“So you’ll start to see people moving from these places to new places that make sense for them to hold on to just what they are earning. Not to have it just taken from them by the government,”

Born in Queens, Curtis Jackson aka 50 Cent is one of the most successful rap artists in the United States. He embarked on a music career in 2000 and was discovered by Eminem in 2002, paving the way for his long illustrious journey in popular music. During his tenure as a superstar, the rapper has worked with some of the biggest names in the scene such as Puff Daddy, Dr Dre and The Game.

Best known for chart-topping hits such as “In Da Club” Jackson made a killing in the music industry and invested his earnings well. However, the 2008 recession during Obama’s time proved to be a devastating year for 50 Cent and his investments. Mired in debt, Jackson would file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut  back in 2015.

50 Cent is only one of the few Americans who fear this excessive tax plan that Biden and his allies are conjuring. The tax hike is said to be bigger than what communist China imposes upon their oppressed subjects, an unbelievable feat for the Biden administration, considering how repressive the Chinese government is.

America is the land of opportunities. As long as you do your best and work hard, you shall be rewarded financially by a freedom-loving system. However, with Biden’s tax plan, things can change not only for artists like 50 Cent, but also for the common people. Laborers, consumers and small businesses are the ones that will be gravely burdened by these punishing taxes. For some, the GOP-led Lonestar State is the answer to their woes.

“I’ll move, Ari. I’m going to Texas. I’ve got my cowboy hat and everything. Everything is bigger in Texas. Really beautiful people, nice people in Texas,” 50 Cent said.

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