New York rapper Cam’ron roasts Donald Trump for fun. The hip-hop veteran went online this week with some playful shade aimed at the president over his attempt to help people survive the coronavirus epidemic with a stimulus check.

Cam’ron x Donald Trump

This week, the Dipset boss hopped on Instagram with some digital savagery. Cam joked about the Trumpster feeling like a superhero over sending $1,200 checks to folks way back in March.

“This how this n*gga really feel too.. πŸ™„πŸ™„ stop bragging bout ya check. Take that sh*t and don’t kiss a** about it πŸ€·πŸ½β€β™‚οΈ it’s yours” -Cam’ron’s Instagram

Cam’ron roasts Donald Trump over stimulus checks.

High-Key Details

Speculation has developed over the past few months about whether or not another stimulus check will be sent out to Americans. There’s currently hope for one to go out if Congress gives it the green light.

As the number of coronavirus cases spike in parts of the country, even forcing some states to re-close certain businesses, many are wondering whether Congress will pass a second round of stimulus checks. Over the next several weeks, Congress seems poised to pass one more major economic relief bill, with Republican and Democratic leaders indicating more direct stimulus payments for Americans could be involved. (WUSA9)

Wait, There’s More

President Trump has pushed for another stimulus check to go out over the past few weeks. However, not all Americans are expected to get economic relief.

President Donald Trump already has signaled his support for additional cash payments as part of the next recovery package. The House already has passed a Democratic bill calling for a second round of direct payments of up to $1,200 for individuals and $2,400 for joint filers. Senate Republicans also appear to be on board with an additional round of stimulus payments, although they want to limit who could qualify. (USA Today)

Before You Go

Back in June 2020, President Trump vowed to get another round of stimulus checks out to the masses. Donald didn’t give an exact date or amount but said people would be happy with what they receive.