With two months left in the election, it seems that 50 Cent is starting to get worried about Donald Trump's prospects of getting into The White House.

Fifty went to Instagram to voice his concern about the Republican presidential nominee getting into the Oval Office on Instagram earlier today (Sept. 22). "Let us pray, lord please don't let Trump into office. We will spin out of control," read the comment next to a photo of hands praying.

This isn't the first time that Fifty voiced his opinion about Trump. Earlier this year, he said that he didn't think Trump would get this far. "I think he already won, not he hasn’t won the presidency, but he’s won because I didn’t think he could ever be the president," he said. "Then it gets scary."

Fifty isn't the only rapper who's been opposed to the Republican presidential nominee. Most notably, YG and Nipsey Hussle dropped the track, "F--- Donald Trump" in which they aim their vitriol at him.

Snoop Dogg and T.I. have also went to Instagram to criticize Trump after he's repeatedly made sexist, racist and homophobic remarks. The former simply played the aforementioned song to tell Trump how he feels about him while T.I. recorded a message on Instagram.

"My name is Clifford "T.I.P." Harris," said T.I.. "I say this as nonviolently but unapologetically as possible. F--- you and f--- what you stand for. Nobody who support me will support you."

Check out 50 Cent's post above.

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