Who is Lil Wayne’s girlfriend Denise Bidot?


RAPPER Lil Wayne’s girlfriend Denise Bidot shut down breakup rumors claiming they broke up due to his support of President Trump.

The two became official on social media earlier this summer, although it is unclear when they began dating.

Denise Bidot is a plus-size model living in Miami

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Denise Bidot is a plus-size model living in MiamiCredit: Getty Images – Getty

Who is Denise Bidot?

Denise Bidot, 34, is a plus-size model of Puerto Rican and Kuwaiti descent. 

In 2014, she became the first plus-size model to walk multiple runways during New York Fashion Week.

She has also worked with Target, designer Lilly Pulitzer, and Lane Bryant fashion campaigns. 

She was the first plus-size model to walk in Fashion Week

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She was the first plus-size model to walk in Fashion WeekCredit: Getty Images – Getty

Denise starred in the documentary Straight/Curve which was released in spring 2017 and was a part of HBO Latino’s hit series Habla Women.

The model launched a lifestyle movement called “The No Wrong Way Movement” which was created to inspire anyone to seek individuality and self-acceptance. 

She has a 10-year-old daughter named Joselyn but it is unclear with who.

She has a 10-year-old daughter from a previous relationship

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She has a 10-year-old daughter from a previous relationshipCredit: Getty Images – Getty

Is Denise Bidot Lil Wayne’s girlfriend?

Denise reportedly began dating Lil Wayne, 37, sometime during the summer of this year, as the model shared several photos on social media of them together. 

“Somehow in the middle of all the madness, something special happened. Us,” Denise wrote in the caption alongside an emoji of a black heart.

The rapper also shared a sultry swimsuit snap of the curvy model and wrote “I like you” along with a heart.

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The model is of Puerto Rican and Kuwaiti descent

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The model is of Puerto Rican and Kuwaiti descentCredit: Twitter

Did they break up because of Trump?

On October 29, Lil Wayne met up with President Trump to discuss the president’s Platinum Plan which aims at investing $500 million into black communities and winning support from them.

The pair each had a thumbs up and a large grin as they posed in front of American flags. 

Lil Wayne and Denise began dating in the summer of this year

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Lil Wayne and Denise began dating in the summer of this yearCredit: Getty Images – Getty

“Just had a great meeting with @realdonaldtrump @potus besides what he’s done so far with criminal reform, the platinum plan is going to give the community real ownership,” the rapper tweeted.

“He listened to what we had to say today and assured he will and can get it done.”

Rumors immediately began to swirl on the internet that the model had dumped the rapper because of his endorsement of the president. 

He met with President Trump and said he approved of his 'platinum plan' for the black community

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He met with President Trump and said he approved of his ‘platinum plan’ for the black communityCredit: Twitter

Fans noticed that Denise unfollowed Wayne on Instagram Tuesday before deleting her account all together. 

She also wrote in a now-deleted Instagram story with a broken heart: “Sometimes love just isn’t enough…”

However, the model debunked the rumors on Twitter after she retweeted a story that claimed she had broken up with the rapper due to his supposed Trump endorsement.

Denise denied breakup rumors with the rapper on Twitter

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Denise denied breakup rumors with the rapper on TwitterCredit: Getty Images – Getty

Denise responded to the account and wrote: “I did NOT! This is absolutely false.”

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A fan then chimed in and asked her why she deleted her Instagram account, to which she replied: “over it.”

What other black rappers support Trump?

Lil Wayne is not the first black rapper to openly voice his support for Trump.

50 Cent, Ice Cube, country musician Kid Rock, and actress Kirstie Alley have all voiced their support for Trump.

Earlier in October, rapper 50 Cent stated that he would get behind Trump because he did not want to become “20 Cent” under Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s tax plan that proposes to raise taxes on the rich. 

50 Cent also endorsed Trump due to his tax plan

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50 Cent also endorsed Trump due to his tax planCredit: Getty Images – Getty

Kanye West was the first major artist in the genre to voice support for Trump and met with him in the Oval Office in 2018. 

However, West ended up making a long-shot bid for president.

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Kanye West is on the presidential ballot

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Kanye West is on the presidential ballotCredit: Twitter
Denise Bidot celebrates Immigrant Heritage Month and says she felt ‘conflicted’





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