New York City Governor Andrew Cuomo has received a lot of praise for how he has been handling the coronavirus crisis in his state, today he has earned more support from 50 Cent and many others after he made a speech addressing the coronavirus crisis as well as the recent death of George Floyd.
“It’s the same exact situation, and when does it change?” Cuomo questioned. “It’s not like a situation you can’t understand. Here’s a minority, here’s an African American. Here they are being abused. And it’s the same situation. It’s been 30 years since Rodney King. Amadou Diallo in New York, reporter won a Pulitzer Prize for the reporting. Wow, great job by journalists. Great job, showing the injustice. And what happened? Where was the resolution. Where was the progress? Eric Garner? No, I’m with the protesters.”
In the past, Cuomo, who has been the governor of New York since 2011, has flatly stated his disinterest in becoming Commander in Chief, but 50 clearly thinks the country needs him in the highest position of power.
When rapper and producer 50 Cent saw the interview, he tweeted.
“👀THIS IS THE GUY RIGHT HERE, He doesn’t want to but we need him to be president,” Fif captioned the video.
Check out Governor Andrew Cuomo’s full interview below.
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