Lil Pump ‘DID NOT cast ballot for Trump despite endorsing him and attending campaign rally’

Lil Pump reportedly did not vote for Donald Trump in last week’s presidential election, despite the fact he enthusiastically endorsed him and vowed to move to Colombia if Joe Biden became Commander-in-chief. 

According to The Smoking Gun, the 20-year-old ‘Gucci Gang’ rapper could not have cast a ballot for Trump because he is not registered to vote. 

The publication reports that Lil Pump – whose real name is Gazzy Garcia – cannot be found on voter registration records in his home state of Florida. 

Additionally, the Miami-based star is not present on any rolls associated  specifically with the Miami-Dade County Elections Department. 

An official told The Smoking Gun that the county’s voter registration records are up-to-date, meaning its not possible Lil Pump enrolled last minute. 

According to The Smoking Gun, Lil Pump did not vote for Donald Trump in last week's presidential election, despite the fact he enthusiastically endorsed him and vowed to move to Colombia if Joe Biden became Commander-in-chief

According to The Smoking Gun, Lil Pump did not vote for Donald Trump in last week's presidential election, despite the fact he enthusiastically endorsed him and vowed to move to Colombia if Joe Biden became Commander-in-chief

According to The Smoking Gun, Lil Pump did not vote for Donald Trump in last week’s presidential election, despite the fact he enthusiastically endorsed him and vowed to move to Colombia if Joe Biden became Commander-in-chief

All for show? In recent weeks, the rapper has been touting his love for Trump on social media - but it appears he did not register to vote

All for show? In recent weeks, the rapper has been touting his love for Trump on social media - but it appears he did not register to vote

All for show? In recent weeks, the rapper has been touting his love for Trump on social media – but it appears he did not register to vote 

The star first endorsed President Trump in an Instagram video last month, saying he did not want to pay more taxes under a potential Biden Administration. 

“All I gotta say is Trump 2020, b***h. F**k Sleepy Joe, n***a,’ he stated in a video shared with his 17 million Instagram followers. 

‘Trump 2020! F**k I look like paying an extra 33 in taxes for Biden?’ he said. 

Later, he shared a photo-shopped image of himself shaking hands with Trump in the Oval Office.

On November 2, Lil Pump even appeared at a Trump campaign rally  in Grand Rapids, Michigan

Trump noted his presence in the crowd by calling him ‘one of the big superstars of the world’. 

Lil Pump is seen posing with Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle last week

Lil Pump is seen posing with Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle last week

Lil Pump is seen posing with Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle last week 

Lil Pump publicly endorsed Trump last week after telling his fans he doesn't want to pay extra taxes under Biden. The rapper then shared this photo-shopped image which puts his head on the body of someone meeting Trump in the Oval Office

Lil Pump publicly endorsed Trump last week after telling his fans he doesn't want to pay extra taxes under Biden. The rapper then shared this photo-shopped image which puts his head on the body of someone meeting Trump in the Oval Office

Lil Pump publicly endorsed Trump last week after telling his fans he doesn’t want to pay extra taxes under Biden. The rapper then shared this photo-shopped image which puts his head on the body of someone meeting Trump in the Oval Office 

Lil Pump poses with Kimberly Guilfoyle in a recent social media snap

Lil Pump poses with Kimberly Guilfoyle in a recent social media snap

Lil Pump poses with Kimberly Guilfoyle in a recent social media snap 

The president then mistakenly called the rapper ‘Lil Pimp’ as he invited him up on stage to address the cheering crowd. 

Lil Pump, who was wearing a red MAGA hat, spoke to the crowd, saying he ‘appreciates’ what Trump has done as President, noting that he ‘brought the troops home’ and is ‘doing the right thing’ for the US.    

‘MAGA 2020,’ he said.

‘Don’t forget that and do no vote for sleepy Joe at all.’ 

He was subsequently seen in images posing with a giant Trump flag, as well as cozying up for photos with Tiffany Trump, Donald Trump Jr., and Kimberly Guilfoyle.  

Later, on Instagram, Lil Pump even claimed he would move to Colombia if Biden was elected. 

‘Yo, no cap. If Trump does not get elected, I’m moving the f**k out of here. I’m going to Colombia, f**k it,’ he told his 17 million Instagram followers.   

He has not responded to The Smoking Gun’s report about his alleged failure to register to vote.  

The 20-year-old 'Gucci Gang' rapper vowed in a social media post to leave the country if President Trump doesn't win Tuesday's election

The 20-year-old 'Gucci Gang' rapper vowed in a social media post to leave the country if President Trump doesn't win Tuesday's election

The 20-year-old 'Gucci Gang' rapper vowed in a social media post to leave the country if President Trump doesn't win Tuesday's election

The 20-year-old 'Gucci Gang' rapper vowed in a social media post to leave the country if President Trump doesn't win Tuesday's election

The 20-year-old ‘Gucci Gang’ rapper vowed in a social media post to leave the country if President Trump doesn’t win Tuesday’s election

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