Infamous madam Kristin Davis, known for hooking up former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer with prostitutes, announced recently that she plans to run for Spitzer’s old seat in the next election, and she’s getting some big help from a player in the hip-hop world.
According to TheBoomBox.com, Davis made the announcement over the weekend during a Libertarian convention, saying she had the necessary business and finance experience required. She also added that rapper 50 Cent was supporting her campaign.
She says Fif’ offered “some of his G-Unit rap crew to work the phones” according to reports.
“I was valedictorian of my high school class,” she said. “I worked 10 years in finance. I was vice president of a hedge fund. I went on to build a multi-million dollar business from scratch.”
Her adviser is reportedly the revered political operative Roger Stone, who worked for former presidents such as Reagan, Nixon and both Bushes.
Davis will be running on a “taxation as confiscation” platform, advocating the legalization of marijuana and prostitution.
She also says she’ll have other industry heavyweights backing her, aside from 50 Cent.
Also running: Warren Redlich