- Model Denise Bidot reportedly had the last straw after hearing her lover Wayne vow to support Trump
- Denise deleted her Instagram account but before that they had both stopped following each other
- Reports also indicate that the beauty had shared a meme that cast doubt on the strength of their affair
Legendary rapper Lil Wayne has allegedly been dumped by his lover after showing support for current US President Donald Trump.
Model Denise Bidot reportedly had the last straw after hearing her lover Wayne vow to support a man who gives no support to people of colour.
According to TMZ, Denise deleted her Instagram account on Tuesday, November 3 but before that, the couple's fans noticed that both had stopped following each other.
Reports also indicated that the beauty had earlier shared a meme that cast doubt on their affair that read:
"Sometimes love just is not enough."
Many also find it weird that the A Milli hitmaker is yet to delete photos of the beauty on his Instagram. Wayne and Denise had been dating for some time but it's unclear exactly how long they were together.
The rapper had earlier gone on social media showering praise on Trump, saying he was going to give the community real ownership. He added Trump listened to what he had to say while sharing a picture of him and the 45th president.
In other news, born-again rapper Kanye West decided he did not want anyone else to lead the American people but himself.
The outspoken musician shared photos as he voted for himself in the hope that he could be the 46th president of the United States.
Kanye also revealed that he would be voting for the first time in his life.
He posted on Twitter:
"God is so good. Today I am voting for the first time in my life for the President of the United States, and it's for someone I truly trust, me."
Many believe voting for Kanye is no different from throwing your vote into a river as the race is mainly between Biden and Trump. Jennifer Aniston in particular said that voting for Kanye "is not funny".
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