Bad news: Rapper drops Hillary for Bernie Sanders

And in his ode to the former President, titled “B—- I’m Bill Clinton,” he raps a sort of endorsement for Hillary Clinton even before her 2016 presidential bid was announced: “Shout-outs to Hillary Clinton. You gonna win that presidency.”

But last month, Lil B took that endorsement back, and in a series of passionate tweets, he publicly endorsed Bernie Sanders, saying, “As much as I want to a woman leading the USA, right now it’s all about Bernie … he’s the real he loves us.”

The 25-year-old rapper is a former member of the San Francisco rap crew The Pack, who were best known during the mid 2000s for their Billboard-charting hit “Vans.” He is outspoken about racial inequality, the criminal justice system and poverty in both his freestyle lyrics and as a motivational speaker, and he has given lectures at universities including MIT, UCLA and NYU.