These vocal Trump opposers are famously liberal, but their dark criminal pasts show how quick they tried to solve their problems with a gun in hand.
Robert Downey Jr.
Before he made millions playing Iron Man and appeared in an anti-Trump voting PSA, actor Robert Downey Jr. was arrested for possession a concealed .357-caliber Magnum revolver while driving under the influence of drugs in 1996. Los Angeles County deputies stopped him for speeding and found heroin, cocaine, and crack in his pickup truck.
The husband of outspoken Trump opposer Cardi B, Migos rapper Offset, has been arrested for multiple gun charges, most recently in 2018, when he was pulled over in a Porsche 911 for improper lane usage. Officers searched the car after smelling marijuana, and found three guns, which were illegal for him to possess as he was on probation for 2015 drug and weapons charges.
The Mr. Robot actor, who has previously called the president an a**hole, was arrested in 1994 for trying to board a plane with a gun in his luggage. Slater has long list of arrests that include sexual abuse, drunk driving, domestic abuse, drug charges, and assaulting an officer.
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Rap mogul Diddy aka Sean Combs, who once slammed Kanye West with the hashtag #NOTblackexcellence for meeting with President Trump, was arrested in 1999 for possession of a firearm following a Manhattan nightclub shooting.
Rapper Eminem, who was interviewed by the Secret Service in 2019 for threatening lyrics against the president, got into an altercation with rap group Insane Clown Posse in 2000 and pleaded no contest to brandishing a firearm in public.
Before she was famous, Nicki Minaj, who dissed Trump on Black Barbies, was arrested in 2003 for criminal possession of a weapon.
Pretty Little Liars star Brandon Jones, a Black Lives Matter supporter, was charged with felony assault in 2017 after pointing a handgun at his neighbor during an altercation at his North Hills, California home.
Rapper Snoop Dogg will be voting for the first time ever in an attempt to get Trump out of office. He has never voted because his long list of criminal convictions had him convinced that he wasn’t able to. He pleaded guilty to possession of a handgun in 1997, after being acquitted for murder charges related to a 1993 shooting.
Ice, Ice, Baby rapper Vanilla Ice, who endorsed fictional Forrest Gump in the 2016 Presidential Election, was arrested for threatening a homeless man with a gun in 1991. He was charged with grand theft and burglary in 2015 when he broke into a home in West Palm Beach, FL.
The former gang banger turned actor, who when asked about Trump, said “We need a Machete right now,” ended up in prison for 11 years after a string of armed robberies as a teenager. In addition to shootouts with rival gangs, Trejo robbed liquor stores with live grenades.