Kanye West has been targeted by fellow rapper 50 Cent after a chaotic first presidential campaign rally.
The 43-year-old rapper announced two weeks ago that he would be standing in the upcoming election to be the next President of the United States leading to concerns from his wife Kim Kardashian that he was having a bipolar episode.
Despite missing the deadline in several key states to have his name on the ballot paper, Kanye pushed ahead with the rally at the Exquis Event Center in North Charleston, which was for registered guests only, according to Politico.
During the rally, the billionaire rapper took aim at Harriet Tubman, a 19th century American abolitionist, claiming: “Harriet Tubman never actually freed the slaves, she just had them work for other white people.”
During a tearful moment in an emotionally charged rally, the Yeezy founder also claimed “I almost killed my daughter” as he spoke about wanting wife Kim Kardashian to abort their first child before an ‘intervention by God’ showed him the error of his ways.
50 Cent has already poured scorn on Kanye’s political ambitions and the 45-year-old rapper was quick to troll his rival as videos from the event circulated on social media.
Reposting a clip of Kanye speaking on stage, 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, wrote: “what the f*** did he just say. This is all Jay z fault , kanye’s first Rally. LOL #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi.”
Fans of Kanye were concerned for the mental health of the rapper, with many urging: “Pray for Kanye. This is not funny.”
Earlier, Kanye had kicked-off the event by declaring: “I don’t give a f*** if I win the presidency or not.”
He continued: “There are homeless people in front of the Gucci store.
“I care about these things. And I am in service of God.
“God has a plan for us, as his people, to be finally free.”
Mirror Online has approached Kanye West’s representatives for further comment.