Black Twitter Has Jokes For Jaheim Suddenly Becoming A Trump Supporter

The R&B singer called 45 a “great man.”

Jaheim had people scratching their heads this weekend when he suddenly announced his support of Donald Trump

Jahiem claimed in an Instagram video that Trump, who once called the coronavirus a hoax and said it would disappear by April, has “saved a lot of people.” Jaheim, who is most known for the 2002 song “Put That Woman First,”  apologized “for all the misinformation since he’s been in office.”

The 42-year-old attacked Dems for “numerous lies” about Trump, even though The Washington  Post reported Trump has made  more than  20,000 false or misleading claims since taking office.  

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In a lengthy caption, he wrote, “I just put my life on the frontline to speak out in favor to help you all. Now you know where my heart is. I'm not one of them. I will never take money to mislead anyone, for it is the root to evil it's time to break this spell. So stay focus because real change is here.”

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