Oscar winning actor Jamie Foxx stunned podcast hosts with a voice impression of former President Donald Trump that was insanely on point.
Foxx and rapper Snoop Dogg appeared on an episode of podcast “Rap Radar” to during media rounds for their Netflix vampire hunter movie “Day Shift.”
Hosts Elliott Wilson and Brian ‘B.Dot’ Miller cracked up in astonishment when Foxx did a perfect imitation of Trump.
“There’s a lot of great people on both sides,” Foxx as the former president started. “I know Harry-O, he’s a great person. He couldn’t vote for me at the time, now he can vote for me once he gets out.”
The “Miami Vice” actor referenced Death Row Records co-founder Michael “Harry-O” Harris, who was 30 years into a 25 to life sentence on charges of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder, when Trump commuted his sentence on the way out of office in January 2021.
“I appreciate Donald Trump, his children, his son-in-law. Whyever [sic] he did it, he did it, when so many others wouldn’t,” Harris said at the time. “I put in for clemency with Obama and it had to go through so many bureaucratic loopholes. It didn’t happen on his watch.”
Snoop Dogg, who lobbied for Harris’ release, hailed the Trump administration for their efforts. “That’s great work for the president and his team on the way out,” he remarked. “Let them know that I love what they did.”
“I love Snoop D O double G,” Foxx continued in character. “Great person. I love Death Row Records. Excuse me, fake news. I love Death Row.”
When one of the hosts asked, what his favorite record from the label was, Fox replied. “All of them.”
“I love the Death Row records, don’t try to pin me down. You see what he just… Excuse me. Fake news,” he said as Snoop and the hosts cracked up.
Foxx mimicked Trump during the pandemic, exclaiming: “They tried to give me the virus. I beat the virus.”
As himself, Foxx questioned who exactly tried to infect the former president. “He said they tried to. They tried to give him the virus. Who is they?”
“Then that motherf–ker said ‘I beat the virus,'” the “Django Unchained” star concluded. “‘Everyone was like ‘f–k yeah he beat it!’ Motherf–king Trump, boy.”