American Rapper Tysen Jay Bolding, known professionally as Money Man, has joined the growing list of rappers who have publicly endorsed former President Donald Trump in the 2024 presidential elections.

The rapper made this known during an interview on the HoodClips Podcast that aired on Mar. 11. He also added that he felt that the former president did his job well during his time in office from 2017 to 2021.

“I would go for Trump if he ran again,” Bolding said. “At least on the other side, they gon’ tell you how they feel, know what I’m saying? Shoutout, Trump, man.”

Money Man is the latest rapper to throw his weight behind Trump. According to a local media outlet, another rapper, Sexyy Red, recently revealed that she’s a huge fan of the former president.

The rapper revealed her support for Trump during a recent interview on Theo Von’s “This Past Weekend Podcast,” during which she claimed that the hood loves Trump since he freed several notable Black people from prison and distributed stimulus checks during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“I like Trump. Yeah, they support him in the hood,” she said. “They thought he was racist, saying little shit against women. But once he started getting Black people out of jail and giving people that free money. Aww, baby, we love Trump. We need him back in the office. We need him back because, baby, they check. These stimulus checks. Trump, we miss you.”

According to multiple reports, other rappers who support Trump include Kanye West, Chief Keef, Kodak Black, Bandman Kevo, Benny The Butcher and many others.

As reported by Breitbart News, these endorsements by rappers come as President Joe Biden’s administration continues to allegedly alienate large numbers of black voters, especially in poor, urban areas.

This was achieved by allowing illegal aliens to flood the country and come to their neighborhoods, where they receive free, taxpayer-funded housing and food benefits that are denied to U.S. citizens.

According to a New York Times/Siena Poll, Trump’s support among black voters has grown by nearly 500% in the last four years.