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The Harmonious Intersection: Famous Musicians Who Support Donald Trump

Donald Trump, Lil Wayne, and Ted Nugent

The world of music spans a broad spectrum of genres, cultures, and political affiliations. While many musicians are vocal about their political leanings, some are less forthcoming, preferring to keep their personal beliefs out of the public eye. However, a handful of famous musicians have publicly voiced their support for former President Donald Trump.

From songwriters to rap moguls, the list of musicians who have shown support for Trump is diverse. Some support his policies, while others appreciate his straightforward and unfiltered approach to politics. Regardless of the reasons behind their endorsements, these musicians offer their perspectives on Trump's influence on popular culture. Here are the famous musicians who support Donald Trump.

Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne and Donald Trump

Spending many years as a rapper, songwriter, and producer, Lil Wayne is touted as one of the most iconic rappers of all time. He has expressed his support for Trump through his social media posts.

Lil Wayne tweet about Donald Trump

Ted Nugent

Ted Nugent playing guitar on stage

Ted Nugent, who rose to fame as the lead guitarist and vocalist of The Amboy Dukes, opened a rally for the former president earlier in 2023. During his performance, he made the following statement in support of Trump:

“I am a guitar player, I have a couple of demands. Secure my border. I have a couple of really good ideas: Give me my tax dollars back.”

Kid Rock

Kid Rock

As a singer, songwriter, and rapper, Kid Rock is an avid supporter of the Republican Party. The award-winning musician has been a long-time friend of Trump and continues to support him on social media. His post back in January of 2022 stated:

“I just got off the phone with our 45th president (hopefully 47th) and he expressed how proud of me he was over “We The People” being the #1 song on iTunes.”

Aaron Lewis

Aaron Lewis sitting with guitar

While Lewis is not too happy about the squabbing and name-calling that comes from Trump, the singer is very in tune with conservative talking points such as China, Putin, and Hunter Biden. Lewis supports Trump’s bid for the 2024 presidential election.

Kodak Black

Kodak Black with headphones

Kodak Black’s prison sentence was commuted by former President Trump in January 2021 while serving time on a 2019 weapons conviction, and now Black has come to his defense. In light of Trump’s public controversy surrounding his numerous indictments, the popular rapper has offered his support. According to, Black went on Instagram Live and said: “I feel like these people on some other sh*t. So they know like, they gon’ try to get Trump out the way ’cause Trump a stand-up ni**a, he a real ni**a. He’ll let a bi**h do anything. Trump a real ni**a, man, a soldier.”

Waka Flocka Flame

Waka Flocka Flame smiling

Waka Flocka was once the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from Trump prior to losing the presidential election. Presented by his pastor and mentor Apostle Dr. Bridget C. Outlaw, this distinction was given for Waka Flocka’s philanthropy and volunteer work. He also went viral for saying that “Trump was a better president than Barack Obama.”


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