After he tweeted “Vote for Trump,” Chelsea Handler quickly reminded rapper and ex-boyfriend 50 Cent that “he was a black person” and therefore could not realistically vote for President Trump. Handler later said that he wasn’t being serious and was just “screwing around” when he tweeted his support for the president.

You might know that rapper Ice Cube has been working with Trump, who has incorporated pieces of the Contract with Black America into what he’s calling the Platinum Plan, which would “increase access to capital in black communities by almost $500 billion” by creating 500,000 black-owned businesses and 3 million new jobs for the black community.

And of course, there was Trump working with Kanye West and wife Kim Kardashian West on criminal justice reform.

Now we have rapper Lil Wayne emerging from a meeting with Trump and praising his progress on criminal justice reform and the Platinum Plan.

Yeah, we’re seeing a lot of people trying to define what a “real” black man would think.

Trump is rounding up all the best rappers — and that shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone who’s been paying attention.