Pop culture and politics: Should celebrities publicly endorse presidential candidates?
From Cardi B to Mike Tyson, many celebrities have announced who they will be voting for in the 2020 presidential election. Photo courtesy of Yahoo.
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When it comes to celebrities’ endorsements of presidential candidates, some students see endorsements as a way for celebrities to use their platform to promote political participation. In the perspectives of other students, celebrities have no place sharing their political views due to the potential political-brainwashing and lack of personal research from followers. Many celebrities have spoken out about the candidate they are voting for the 2020 election, but the real question is: do endorsements belong in popular culture?
Yes, politics belong in popular culture.