Foxx was on radar radar Podcast to promote the new Netflix vampire movie, Rosy day, which he unites with Snoop Dogg, Dave Franco and Peter Stormare. During his appearance, he called his stance on Trump.
“There are so many wonderful people on both sides,” said the two-time Academy Award winner, perfectly embodying Trump’s distinctive voice. “I know Harry-O. He’s a great guy. He couldn’t vote for me at the time. Now he can vote for me once he’s out.”
The piece was a reference to Trump’s commutation of the prison sentence of Michael “Harry O” Harris, co-founder of Death Row Records, one of the leading rappers of the 1990s. Snoop Dogg was influential in lobbying for the release.
“I love Snoop DO Double G,” Fox said, addressing Trump. “great person.”
Podcast host Elliot Wilson asked, “Do you like Death Records?”
“I love Death Records. Excuse me! Excuse me!” Fox said, silencing the roaring laughter of the room. “Fake news. I love death.”
Trump later triggered COVID-19. “They tried to give me the virus,” he said. “I beat the virus.”
In the end, Foxx got his voice back. He said they tried to pass the virus on to him. Which is that they? “
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