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    Ray J Defends Decision to Hold Meeting Between Kodak Black and Donald Trump After Being Called a “Sellout”

    Kodak Black is on board with Ray J and his political strategy. The artist has been the target of some online backlash after he took a meeting with former President Donald Trump.

    According to Page Six, which broke the news, Ray attended a dinner on Thursday, March 17, at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida, where he introduced the twice-impeached ex-president to one of the several entertainers who received one of his final-hour presidential parting gifts last year.

    Trump granted him commutation to Kodak Black in regard to his 46 month sentence for making false statements on a federal application to buy a firearm.

    A video of the three together was scrutinized by some fans.

    “Ray J gave Kodak his one wish.”

    Ray J defended the gathering despite previous pushback from fans online. “It was the right thing to do,” before adding, “Trump pardoned him.”

    The outlet reported that the two artists had been spending a lot more time together ever since the 24-year-old rapper released a song last month titled “I Wish,” which samples Ray J’s hit single 2005 “One Wish.”

    Ray J’s manager David Weintraub, agreed.  Weintraub stated that the gathering was just one of many examples of the Ray J’s good nature. “Ray has always been someone who enjoys connecting talented minds together, and this is just another example of his goodwill.”

    Both artist appear to be in tune with Trump. Ray J told Page Six that his initial meeting with Trump was to discuss “job creation”. They are “encouraging small business development and how information technology plays an important role in the future of our economy.” He added that he “always admired and respected his business acumen. ”

    Kodak appeared on the “Full Send Podcast” earlier this month. He claimed “Getting rid of Trump is the worst thing America could’ve did.”

    Kodak added, “forever indebted” to the former president.

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