September 26, 2022

Jamie Foxx’s impersonation of former president Donald Trump on the Rap Radar podcast has thrilled many Twitter customers, who have not stopped praising the actor.

“Jamie Foxx can sound similar to Donald Trump,” one of many Twitter customers wrote alongside the video of him impersonating the previous president.

Creator Tomi T. Ahonen assured individuals there was no profanity within the audio and inspired everybody to activate the audio to hearken to this “excellent imitation of Trump.”

“It is so excellent and ironic that the one who does the very best impersonation of Donald Trump within the historical past of existence is a Black man,” a person tweeted. “Jamie Foxx for the everlasting win.”

One other one added, “I actually do not suppose it is hyperbole to say Jamie Foxx is one probably the most gifted individuals to ever stroll the earth.”

Many extra on-line customers praised the actor for impersonating the previous president.

The 54-year-old actor appeared on the podcast Wednesday with Snoop Dogg to speak about his newly dropped Netflix film, “Day Shift.”

“There’s loads of nice individuals on each side,” Foxx mentioned whereas doing the impression. “I do know Harry-O. He is an important individual. He could not vote for me on the time. Now he can vote for me as soon as he will get out. I like Snoop D O Double G. Nice individual.”

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Host Elliott Wilson questioned, “Do you’re keen on Dying Row Information?” and Foxx instantly replied as Trump: “I like Dying Row Information. Excuse me! Excuse me! Pretend information. I like Dying Row.”

The impression made everybody within the room snort.

In the course of the act, Foxx additionally spoke about COVID-19. “They tried to present me the virus,” Foxx mentioned. “I beat the virus.” Ultimately, he stopped the impersonation, and mentioned: “He mentioned ‘they’ tried to present him the virus. Who is that they?”

On the work entrance, Foxx can be subsequent seen within the sci-fi comedy film, “They Cloned Tyrone,” which is helmed by director Juel Taylor. He’ll painting Slick Charles’ character within the film and the flick additionally options J. Alphonse Nicholson, John Boyega and Teyonah Parris.

He will even seem in motion pictures like “Strays,” “Tin Soldier,” “The Burial” and “God Is a Bullet.”

Solid member Jamie Foxx gestures on the premiere of “The Kingdom” on the Mann’s Village theatre in Westwood, California Sept. 17, 2007.
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