Former President Donald Trump presented Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka with a lifetime achievement award.
The framed certificate and gold medal were presented to Waka at an award ceremony in Atlanta, by his mentor Apostle Dr. Bridget Outlaw.
The certificate recognizes Dr. Joaquin Jame Malphur's "lifelong commitment to building a stronger nation through volunteer service."
Waka, a proud conservative, grinned from ear to ear when he received his award for philanthropy and giving back to his community.
He captioned a photo on Instagram: "Lifetime Achievement Award [medal emoji] I gotta thank my pastor/big sister Apostle Dr. Bridget C. Outlaw for teaching and guiding me on this journey God got us on I'm just honored [praying hands emoji] S/O to my president!!!"
Waka's foundation, Daughter of Destiny is an outreach program that helps women by providing employment, food, housing, community resources and inner healing, according to TMZ.
In September, the 34-year-old rapper posted a series of thought-provoking memes on his IG page that revealed his conservative ideologies.
In one meme Waka wrote: "How can we as a community beg the police to don't shoot but we killing each other still? We gotta ask ourself how bad do we want true freedom?"
Waka suggested that Marxist organizations, such as Black Lives Matter, use anti-police protests and riots to distract Black people from the problems that continue to plague our community.
Waka's proud mom is Atlanta philanthropist and community activist Debra Antney.
Waka and his wife, entrepreneur Tammy Rivera co-parent her teenage daughter, Charlie.