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Ice Cube laughed and referred to Black Democrats as "sheeple" in response to a follower who asked him who he voted for on Nov. 3.

"Neither one...I've always endorsed the sheeple," he said.

In a follow-up tweet, he wrote:

"Let me get this straight, I get the president of the United States to agree to put over half a trillion dollars of capital in the Black Community (without an endorsement) and Niggas are mad at me? [crying laughing emojis] ...have a nice life."

Other Trump supporters fear that, if Biden and Harris win, they will abandon the Black community.

Social media users list the following that might impact the Black community:

1. Lockdowns will begin in January.
2. Significant job losses will negatively impact Black people.
3. Evictions will skyrocket.
4. National mask mandate that ends in 2022 (midterm elections).
5. Black people forced to accept the "Mark of the Beast" (vaccines).
6. Black men will be sterilized and Black births will drop.

Others call Trump supporters "doomers" who spread conspiracy theories because their side lost. They point to the Democrats' promise to send $1,200 checks to Black people next year.
 

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Gabrielle Union (right) said the coronavirus shutdown is hitting Black entertainers hard. In a recent interview, the 47-year-old actress said she and her celebrity friends are just a paycheck or 2 away from going broke.

Gabrielle is pictured above with her "L.A.'s Finest" co-star Jessica Alba.

"For most certainly Black entertainers, Black celebrities we don't really... for all of the Oprahs and the people who have just a lot a lot a lot a lot of money -- most of us are one or two checks away from not having money to pay for all of our things, you know what I mean?"

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She added that some celebrities live beyond their means and are paying for everything on credit.

"So this stoppage of work and money is impacting marginalized celebrities the most. You know like all those influencers you see who take all the trips, they're in Dubai one week and they're in London in the next week in Paris next week and they seem to be everywhere. They may not have a lot of liquid income. And you can't charge your rent. You have to pay your rent. So if you don't have the opportunity to do all the things you need to do to be the influencer, your money's funny. And if your money is funny, you don't have much of anything."

Georgia, Florida and nearly 2 dozen other states have reopened or are opening and lifting restrictions so their residents can go back to work.

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