Wack 100 Reacts To Donald Trump’s Lil Wayne Pardon: “Now That’s Gangsta”

West Coast rap manager Wack 100 is saluting President Donald Trump coming through clutch for the self-proclaimed best rapper alive. The hip-hop executive has come forward to acknowledge buzz about the soon-to-be former head of state’s pardon of Lil Wayne.

Wack 100 Salutes Donald Trump

The Los Angeles native went to his Instagram page to shout-out the Trumpster. Wack shared a screenshot showing a headline announcing Donald helped Wayne avoid jail time for a weapons case.

“Now that’s Gangsta @realdonaldtrump 👌🏾 #WhoopBidness”

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Wack 100 salutes Donald Trump.

Lil Wayne + Kodak Black Pardoned

While details are still coming together, reports claim both Weezy F. Baby and currently jailed rapper Kodak Black have received pardons. Trump also looked out for ex-Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick.

President Trump has decided to pardon his former chief strategist Steve Bannon, rappers Lil Wayne and Kodak Black, as well as former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, according to reports, citing sources. As of midnight, Trump had yet to release a list of individuals he was pardoning or granting clemency to — estimated to be about 100 individuals. Reuters, which reported Lil Wayne and Kodak Black, did not have any additional information. (Radio)

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BREAKING: Lil Wayne and Kodak Black pardoned.

Trump To Potentially Free Kodak Black + Lil Wayne

A few days ago, buzz developed about President Donald Trump possibly preparing a list of celebrity people to pardon. On the rundown was jailed Florida rapper Kodak Black as well as Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne, who faced firearm charges, and who most recently shared his support for Donald during the 2020 presidential election.

People being considered for pardons on January 19, per Bloomberg: — Donald Trump — Mark Meadows — Stephen Miller — John McEntee — Dan Scavino — Ivanka Trump — Jared Kushner — Rudy Giuliani — Kimberly Guilfoyle — Albert Pirro — Lil Wayne — Kodak Black

Trump’s Preemptive Pardons

Unsurprisingly enough, he also reportedly prepared a handful of preemptive pardons (for those who haven’t been charged with a crime) for White House officials as well as close friends and family. Also on the list reportedly might include himself, his lawyer and his oldest daughter’s husband.

Preemptive pardons are under discussion for top White House officials who have not been charged with crimes, including Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, senior adviser Stephen Miller, personnel chief John McEntee, and social media director Dan Scavino. The president’s eldest daughter, Ivanka Trump, her husband, Jared Kushner, who both hold White House positions, are also under consideration, the people said. Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani has also discussed the issue of a pardon with the president. (Bloomberg)