Rapper 50 Cent went viral over the weekend after he took to social media to express disbelief that Democrat President Joe Biden has hit the beach for another vacation as the world teeters on WW3 amid mounting tensions over the Irsael-Hamas war.
In a post on Instagram, 50 Cent shared a screenshot from an article titled, “Biden hits the beach with Middle East, Congress in Chaos.”
“Hey Joe get the f**k up, we in trouble man!” the music star added in the caption.
The rapper then followed up with another post after his first post set social media ablaze.
He posted screenshots of another article with a headline saying, “50 Cent flames Biden.”
“We got some real s— going on out here Joe,” the rapper wrote in the caption.
“What’s the plan to get a tan and chill come on now.”
The post drew immediate reaction from conservatives on social media who agreed with 50 Cent.
“Rapper [50 Cent] doubles down on his criticism of Joe Biden,” Students for Trump founder Ryan Fournier posted on Twitter/X.
“People are waking up!”
“Rapper 50 Cent calls out Joe Biden for sleeping on the beach while our country and world suffers because of his failures,” Alex Bruesewitz, a Trump influencer and CEO of X Strategies LLC, posted on X.
“50 Cent has a question for Joe Biden and it is what we are all thinking,” the social media team for Twitchy.com posted on X.
“[50 Cent] speaking truth,” Make America Great Again spokesperson Karoline Leavitt posted on X.
White House deputy spokesperson Andrew Bates pushed back against 50 Cent’s criticism, however.
“As has been the case for the better part of a century, Presidents can execute the full range of their duties from anywhere in the world – whether it’s a war zone in Israel or 100 miles from the White House in Delaware,” Bates argued.
It wasn’t clear which duties Biden was executing while laying on a Delaware beach, however.
Bates went on to argue that Biden “works long hours every day” and that he spoke with several world leaders about his “support for Israel’s right to defend itself and push for aid to innocent Palestinians.”
He claims that Biden spoke with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, President Emmanuel Macron, Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.
“And he delivered more security assistance to Israel, a second shipment of aid to Palestinian civilians, and made progress toward passage of his supplemental to protect our national security, increase border funding, and grow our economy,” Bates continued.
“Meanwhile, House Republicans were on recess bickering with each other.”
Biden was at his beach home in Delaware over the weekend as chaos continued to unfold in the war between Israel and Hamas and House Republicans failed to confirm a speaker to replace Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA).
“Americans are still being held hostage by Hamas terrorists – and Joe Biden is at the beach,” a social media account belonging to the Republican National Committee posted on X.
Biden has faced consistent criticism from conservatives for the amount of time he has spent in Delaware.
The New York Post reported in August that he had spent 40% of his presidency on personal overnight trips away from the White House, which put him on pace to become “America’s most idle commander in chief.”
Biden was also visiting his luxury vacation home as new details emerged about how he paid for it.
As Slay News reported, Biden paid $2.75 million in cash for his luxury Delaware beach house within weeks of his son Hunter issuing a treat to a Chinese oligarch in which he demanded millions.
Biden purchased the property in June 2017 for $2,744,001 cash – five months after his vice presidency had ended.
Just weeks earlier, Hunter Biden sent a highly questionable text to Chinese oligarch Runlong “Raymond” Zhao.
Zhao is an associate at the Chinese Communist Party-controlled oil giant CEFC.
In the text, Hunter threatened Zhao with “my father” and demanded he seal a deal worth $10 million a year, as Slay News reported.
Within days of sending the threatening text, Hunter Biden received over $5 million from China.