A Lot Of Lil' Baby Fans Think The Rapper Should Be The One Counting Ballots In 'Slow' Nevada

A Lot Of Lil' Baby Fans Think The Rapper Should Be The One Counting Ballots In 'Slow' Nevada
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Over the last year, Lil' Baby has established himself as one of the biggest hip-hop artists of the day. Hot New Hip Hop reported today that many of his fans have joked that his skills at counting money and chalking up success on the board have made him a suitable replacement for some of the vote-counters in places like Nevada.

Election watchers know the people of the United States of America are currently waiting on the results of what has been described by many as one of the most important elections in modern American history.

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Ballots are still being counted in Michigan, Wisconsin, Nevada, Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and a few other states. There are a lot of social media users who have suggested that maybe the states should hire the talents of Lil' Baby to count the ballots.

And Lil' Baby isn't the only rapper who's been tied to the post-election aftermath this year. Hot New Hip Hop says Big Sean, as well, is "frustrated" at the lack of results. However, Big Sean's feelings on the matter are neither here nor there, because social media users say Lil' Baby would've solved the vote-counting problem days ago already if he was the one counting them.

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As it currently stands, the state of Nevada is still waiting on another 24% of the votes to be counted, but Joe Biden is currently in the lead. Additionally, states like Arizona have been reported to still be a toss-up, despite the fact many publications and networks have claimed Joe Biden is sure to win.

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Moving past the election, however, Lil' Baby has been on the top of the minds of many hip-hop fans. The rapper sparked a bit of controversy on social media when he claimed women were currently holding the genre down.

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The rapper took to his Twitter account to say that men needed to step it up and release more hit singles because people like Megan Thee Stallion, Cardi B, and Nicki Minaj were out-selling the rest of them like crazy. This came at a time when "WAP" from Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion was still riding high at number one.

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