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How Michael Blackson is helping Joe Biden get re-elected

The comedian has an idea for President Joe Biden
Michael Blackson performing at Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis (Photo by Nagashia Jackson for rolling out)

As election year is upon us, President Joe Biden is reminding voters about his record to win a second term. One of the items that Biden delivered on for citizens was canceling student loan debts.

Biden recently canceled $6 billion in student loan debt for public service workers. and there’s a chance he may continue to do that as the presidency continues. Michael Blackson recently gave Biden some ideas on how he could get back in office, and it didn’t have anything to do with canceling student loans.

On March 21, Blackson tweeted a proposal to Biden.

There’s a good chance that Biden won’t take that advice, but what stuck out to most people was that Blackson mentioned Marlon Wayans in the tweet.

Wayans recently called out the mother of his child for wanting more than $18,000 a month in child support. In an interview with “The Shade Room,” Wayans opened up about the ordeal.

“It’s the classic case of a good, loving, responsible father shelling out over $18k per month for a one-year-old, and an entitled woman decides she wants more. My mama and them would’ve lost their minds for $2k,” Wayans said.

“I’m a good man with a good heart and strong sense of responsibility, but I refuse to be used and discredited,” Wayans said. “The baby isn’t a secret. The mama has been posted. But I chose to keep the baby’s private life private. Ain’t nobody’s business. Social media is toxic and dangerous, and I’d like to keep her peace.”

A story like this probably doesn’t move Biden to do anything, but you have to give Blackson credit for trying to look out for Wayans and all the other Black men paying child support.

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