Lil Wayne Performs ‘Mrs. Officer’ At Kamala Harris Hip-Hop 50th Anniversary
Lil Wayne performed at a concert that Vice President Kamala Harris posted. Lil Wayne performed his hit songs such as…
Lil Wayne performed at a concert that Vice President Kamala Harris posted. Lil Wayne performed his hit songs such as “Mrs. Officer,” “6 Foot 7 Foot”, and “A Milli.”
Many other artists performed at the concert for the Vice Presidents and surrounding cameras. Some artists performed, such as Remy Ma, Jeezy and MC Lyte. The Vice President gave a speech at the concert and talked about how Hip-Hop has shaped American culture.
“Hip-hop now shapes nearly every aspect of American popular culture, and it reflects the incredible diversity and ingenuity of the American people; I truly believe hip-hop is one of America’s greatest exports.” Vice President Kamala Harris shared with the crowd.
Lil Wayne had the crowd excited and excited for his bass-induced performance, wearing a white top with black pants. There was a dress code listed as “smart casual.” Fans are making jokes and assumptions about his performance of “Mrs. Officer.” Memes like “Kamala is a cop” have taken over the internet since Kamala labeled herself “top cop.”
People have speculated that Lil Wayne performed the song to troll the Biden Administration. Lil Wayne endorsed Donald Trump when he was running for President in 2020. Donald Trump also helped Lil Wayne get pardoned in January 2021.
“I want to thank President Trump for recognizing that I have so much more to give to my family, art and community,” Lil Wayne Tweeted.
Since then, Wayne has defended Trump and his typical antics. For this reason, fans think that he is trolling the White House with his performance. But this did not stop Kamala from having the time of her life. She continued to party with her peers and colleagues. In a viral video, she was seen dancing to ‘Vivrant Thing’ by Q-Tip.
Lil Wayne raps “Mrs. Officer” to celebrate the 50th anniversary of hip-hip at Kamala Harris’ DC residence pic.twitter.com/hx5yi9lJxF— The Hollywood Reporter (@THR) September 9, 2023