15 Black celebrities that endorsed Donald Trump

15 Black celebrities that endorsed Donald Trump

Top 15 Black celebrities that endorsed Donald Trump for President. Even After Donald J. Trump Protected white Supremacists on a National Stage, These Supporters and Surrogates did not Denounce the President. 

Former President Donald Trump has mastered keeping the cameras rolling whenever he speaks. He has even managed to capture some famous and influential Black celebrities and public figures with political strategies.

The Former Republican president gained 6% points among black men and 5% among Hispanic women. It means few voters altered their minds, either after voting or not voting for another candidate in 2016.

But it conveys to us something about Trump’s unique appeal.

15 Black celebrities that endorsed Donald Trump

Over here are famous faces who have recently expressed support for President Trump.

Celebrities, including actors, musicians, Hall of Fame athletes, and social media influencers who endorsed Trump, have not wasted any time lining up behind their favorites. 

The bold-faced names endorsing the Republican commander in chief in his bid to rebuff Democratic president Joe Biden include:

Mike Tyson

Mike Tyson endorsed Donald Trump
Mike Tyson

Michael Gerard Tyson (born June 30, 1966) is an American former professional boxer who fought from 1985 to 2005. Nicknamed “Iron Mike” and “Dynamite Kid” early in his career, he was nicknamed later as “the worst man” on the planet Tyson” and is considered one of the greatest heavyweight boxers of all time. 

Tyson begins his foray into politics with HuffPost Live’s Alex Miranda (a/r Rachel Gibris on this site). When asked about his history with Republican primary candidate Donald Trump, Tyson said he fully supported him for the 2016 US presidential election. 

Tyson said that that’s what Trump should be and asked why people were mad at the people. He added, “because this is who the people want to be president. “

Floyd Joy Mayweather 

Floyd Joy Mayweather 
Floyd Joy Mayweather

Floyd Joy Mayweather Jr, born Floyd Joy Sinclair on February 2, 1977, is an American boxing promoter and former boxer. He currently owns a NASCAR Cup Series team called The Money Team Racing.

In an interview with Hollywood Unlocked, Floyd Mayweather called Donald Trump a “real man” for his infamous comments about grabbing women “by the p###y” released one month before the presidential elections.

 Stacey Dash 

 Stacey Dash With Trump
Stacey Dash Calls Trump “True Conservative”

Stacey Lauretta Dash, born on January 20, 1967, is an American actress and former talk show host. Dash played the role of Dionne Marie Davenport in the 1995 feature film “Clueless” and its television series of the same name. She has also appeared in the movies Moving, Mo’ Money, View from the Top, and Renaissance man.

Stacey Dash apologized for supporting former President Donald Trump and said, joining several Trump supporters who recently denounced the former president after the January 6 attack on the US Capitol.

The former Clueless actress-turned-Republican talking head made a public apology during an interview with Daily Mail TV, during which she said that she had “lived her life being angry,” but “that’s not who Stacey is now.” 

Dash endorsed Donald Trump early on in his 2016 presidential run, with funding to his Great America PAC. 

Adrien Broner 

Adrien Broner 
Adrien Broner

Adrien Jerome Broner, born on July 28, 1989, is a professional boxer in America. He has earned multiple world championships in four weight classes, including the WBO super featherweight title from 2011 to 2012, the World Boxing Championship lightweight title from 2012 to 2013, the WBA welterweight award in 2013, and the World Boxing Championship light welterweight title from 2015 to 2016. He is famous for his over-the-top attitude in and out of the ring. 

Adrien Broner announced his wish to vote for Donald Trump as the next president of the United States in an interview with The Breakfast Club ( radio show)

As seen in a video of the interview featuring Charlamagne Tha God and Angela Yee, courtesy of TMZ Sports, Broner mentioned Trump’s idea to lower taxes as the main reason for his endorsement of the Republican candidate.

Dennis Rodman 

Dennis Rodman 
Dennis Rodman

Dennis Keith Rodman, born on May 13, 1961, is an American former professional basketball performer. Famous for his fierce defensive and bounce-back abilities, his biography on the official NBA website mentions that he is potentially the best rebounding forward in NBA history. Rodman, nicknamed “The Worm,” played for the San Antonio Spurs, the Detroit Pistons, Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Lakers, and the Dallas Mavericks of the NBA.

Former NBA player Dennis Rodman shows his support for President Donald Trump during a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Hanoi, Vietnam, Wednesday.

Rodman is friends with North Korean leaders Kim Jong Un and President Trump; leaders headed to a Singapore meeting in June 2018, where he was not invited.

Rodman wished both of them luck and said he looked forward to speaking with the president at a follow-up meeting.  

Jimmy McMillan

Jimmy McMillan has endorsed Donald Trump for president
Jimmy McMillan has endorsed Donald Trump for president

James Macmillan III, born December 1, 1946, is an American political activist, incumbent candidate, and Vietnam War, veteran. Macmillan is the founder of the New York political party, The Rent Too Damn High Party. 

Macmillan announced his candidacy for President of the United States in the 2016 election but withdrew from the campaign on December 9, 2015. He later told his retirement from politics before endorsing Republican candidate Donald Trump. 

Macmillan said of the Republican presidential candidate that he is the only supporter of his brother veterans, which is good enough for him.

“My main concern is helping my fellow warriors get help,” he added. Macmillan, who also ran for president in 2012, said he wanted Trump to be a vice president at the time. 

 Jimmie Walker has endorsed Donald Trump for president

 Jimmie Walker has endorsed Donald Trump for president
Jimmie Walker has endorsed Donald Trump for president

James Carter Walker, born on June 25, 1947, is an American actor and comedian. Walker played the eldest son of Florida and James Evans sr, James Evans Jr. (“JJ”), on the CBS series Good Times from 1974 to 1979, nominated for Golden Globes Award in 1975 and 1976 for the role. In the show, Walker’s character used the “Dyn-O-Mite!” catchphrase. He used that catchphrase in a mid-1970s Tv commercial ad for Panasonic’s line of 8-track tape, and cassette players were also used in tv commercials and a 2021 Medicare commercial ad.

He publicly endorsed the president in an interview on Fox News. Walker, currently filming an episode of “Battle of the Internet Stars” on ABC, said he “probably supports 90 percent of what he does.” That means I’m not against Trump, but he makes mistakes too,”. 

Jim Brown 

Jim Brown has endorsed Donald Trump for president
Jim Brown has endorsed Donald Trump for president

James Nathaniel Brown, born on February 17, 1936, is a former football player in America, sports analyst, and actor. He played for the Cleveland Browns of the NFL.

(NFL) from 1957 to 1965. Considered one of the greatest defensive backs of all time and one of the greatest players in NFL history, Brown was invited to the Pro Bowl every season he was in the league, was recognized as the AP NFL MVP three times, and won the NFL championship with the Browns in 1964.

He said in the JT, The Brick Show on Fox Sports Radio (h/t TMZ Sports) that he should criticize Trump on every level because he did something that called for criticism. But when he looks at television, he sees all these announcers become experts and pointing fingers. They’re not doing a doggone thing but pointing their fingers where he found himself pulling for the president.

The 82-year-old met with the then president in Trump Tower in December 2016 following the election. 

Azealia Banks

Azealia Banks has endorsed Donald Trump for president
Azealia Banks has endorsed Donald Trump for president

 Azealia Amanda Banks, born on May 31, 1991, is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. Brought up in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City, she started releasing music through Myspace in 2008 before being signed to XL Recordings at 18. Her debut single “212” went viral and entered several international charts in 2011

In a series of tweets, singer Azealia Banks expressed her support for the GOP candidate, saying that she wanted Donald Trump to win the election.

In her series of tweets, she added, “Trump wants the US to be lavish … for all of us “she expressed that she could handle that. 

Shawne Merriman

Shawne Merriman has endorsed Donald Trump for president
Shawne Merriman has endorsed Donald Trump for president

Shawne DeAndre Merriman, born on May 25, 1984, nicknamed “Lights Out,” is a former NFL player. He played college football at the University of Maryland and was selected 12th overall by the San Diego Chargers in the 2005 NFL Draft. He was the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in his first season and scored 39 + 1⁄2 quarterback sacks in his first three seasons. I got three Pro Bowls and two All-pro selections. He called it off at the end of the 2012 season. 

Merriman was in Hollywood when asked about Brady’s support for Trump; he didn’t sign but revealed that Trump has “always been a good friend” and someone he can call at any time. 

Herschel Walker 

Herschel Walker has endorsed Donald Trump for president
Former President Donald Trump listens as Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker speaks during his Save America rally in Perry, Ga., on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021. (AP Photo/Ben Gray)

Herschel Walker, born on March 3, 1962, is a former football running back of America who played 12 seasons for The National. Football League (NFL). He is the Republican nominee in the 2022 US Senate election in Georgia.

He played the first three seasons of his professional career with the New Jersey Generals of the United States Football League (USFL) and was the league’s MVP in 1985, during its final season.

In 1989, Walker was traded to the Minnesota Vikings, regarded as the top most lopsided trade in NFL history, and attributed to the establishment of the Cowboys’ dynasty of the 1990s. 

Walker told a sports channel that there’s no doubt in his mind right then that Trump is his contender. He also said he would not say anything negative about him because that’s false.

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Walker stated he supports Trump’s idea of building a wall between the U.S-Mexico border but disagreed with Trump’s most controversial position: transporting the 11 million undocumented immigrants dwelling in the US.

Ice Cube

Ice Cube has endorsed Donald Trump for president
Ice Cube has endorsed Donald Trump for president

O’Shea Jackson Sr., Born on June 15, 1969, better known as Ice Cube, is an American rapper, actor, and film producer. Originally from Los Angeles, Jackson formed his first rap group, CIA, in 1986. In 1987, he created the leading rap group NWA with Eazy-E and Dr. Dre. As the lead rapper of NW. A wrote some of Dre’s and most of Eazy’s lyrics on Straight Outta Compton, an album of foundational songs, which formed the early identity of West Coast hip hop and helped distinguish it from East Coast rap.

He said, “We need a common sense president.”

 He also added that he thinks Trump will do anything he can to help struggling poor people.

Kanye West 

Kanye West has endorsed Donald Trump for president
Kanye West has endorsed Donald Trump for president

 Ye, also known as Kanye West, is an American rapper, record producer, fashion designer, and entrepreneur. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest and most influential hip-hop musicians of all eras, as well as one of the topmost hip-hop musicians of his generation. 

Rapper and designer Kanye West says he still supports President Donald Trump, regarding him as his ‘brother’ as part of an all-day 2018 Twitter rant about life, music, philosophy, and politics.

He said that that crowd couldn’t make him hate Trump and added that they were both dragons; Trump’s brother loves everyone and doesn’t agree with everything anyone does. That’s what makes everyone individual. Everyone has the right to think independently, West tweeted.

Shaquille O’Neal 

Shaquille O'Neal has endorsed Donald Trump for president
Shaquille O’Neal has endorsed Donald Trump for president

 Shaquille Rashaun O’Neal is a former American professional basketball player, commonly known as ‘Shaq.’ He is also a sports analyst on the television program inside the NBA. O’Neal is regarded as one of the greatest basketball players and basketball centers of all time.

He played for six teams during his 19-year NBA career and is a four-time basketball champion.

He calls Trump a stand-up man.  

According to The Hill, O’Neill told ITK, “Now that he’s president, you hope he can change the world. Better He won fairly. “We have to give him a chance,”

Diamond and Silk 

Diamond and Silk 
Diamond and Silk has endorsed Donald Trump for president

 Ineitha Lynnette Hardaway and Herneitha Rochelle Hardaway Richardson, commonly known as Diamond and Silk, are American live video bloggers, political activists, and hosts of Newsmax and FrankSpeech.com.

Both women attracted media attention during the 2016 campaign and again in April 2018, when Facebook informed them that they were “not safe for the community.” In response, they publicly complained that Facebook had blocked and censored their Facebook page 

Diamond told a publication that they were all on the Trump train from the beginning, and as they watched the discussions, they didn’t like the questions Megyn Kelly asked them, which they later talked about and went viral.

During the 2016 election, the couple changed parties to vote for Trump in the North Carolina primaries for the Republican party. 

They built a website with information for people to “ditch and switch” from Democrats to Republicans. 

The website also lists information about voter registration for the first time.

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