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‘Wow I See Where Waka Gets It Now’: Fans Call Out Debra Antney After She Says She ‘F-cks With Trump’ In ‘GUHH’ Trailer

Entertainment manager Debra Antney apparently supports lame-duck President Donald Trump, and fans are not happy about it. A new trailer for We TV show “Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta” was released on Twitter on Nov. 5. In the video, Antney seems to reveal she feels no ill will toward Trump.

The 35-second-trailer begins with some of the cast members discussing the pandemic. Next, Bow Wow is shown talking about being “in the middle of a protest” that took place due to the killing of Black people by police.

Deb Antney and Wake Flocka Flame. (Photo: We TV screenshot)

Afterward, rapper Da Brat can be heard saying, “Deb is a Trump supporter.” The video then cuts to Antney being on the phone with an unknown voice that asks her “You down for Trump?”

Antney replies, “Yes. I f-ck with Trump,” as her son Waka Flocka listens.

After the video was released, fans went to the comments section to share their opinions.

One wrote, “Oh see naw deb that ain’t gone work.”

“Down with the same man who said ‘When the lootin start, the shooting starts’ yeah okay deb,” said another.

Not everyone agreed, and some fans came to her defense.

One person wrote, “She grown and entitled to her own opinion.”

Other people felt that the trailer could be misleading and might have been edited to make it sound like Antney was a supporter. However, some believe that Antney is a true supporter because, to them, it would explain why Waka Flocka is one.

One commenter said, “Wow I see where waka gets it now smh.”

Another typed, “No wonder Waka acts the way he acts.”

On Oct. 22, the 34-year-old implied that he believes Trump is a better president than former President Obama was after TV host DJ Akademiks posted a video on Instagram of Obama speaking against Trump at a rally.

In the comments, one person wrote, “It’s the people who really think Trump is a better President than Obama…🤡.”

The “No Hands” rapper replied, “😂 guess I’m a clown.”

Fans quickly fired off on Waka in the comments.

By Saturday, Nov. 7, Biden was called as the winner of the presidential race.

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