Riff Raff is dissatisfied with his current tax situation—so much so, that four years under Donald Trump isn’t the worst possible option.

“I’ve had to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in taxes…close to a million dollars in taxes,” Riff Raff told TMZ. “Somebody told me Donald Trump is going to lower the taxes from 40 percent to 15 percent. That’s 300,000 to 400,000 in my bank account personally. That’s a Lambo a year…money that I’ve been giving away to whoever it is. I don’t care if it’s pack of Starbursts that’s running for President.”

To Riff Raff’s point, the Internal Revenue Service projects tax rates for single filers making over $415,051 in annual income to pay a tax rate of $120,529.75 in addition to 39.6 percent of any income over $415,051.

Riff Raff justified his rationale by saying, “I love money, and I’m in America.” As such, Riff Raff threw out a ballpark figure of roughly $50,000 to perform at President Elect Donald Trump’s inaugural ball. Previous administrations have welcomed the cast of Glee, Alicia Keys, Stevie Wonder, Jessica Simpson, and Barbra Streisand as inaugural performers. 

There’s currently no word on who Trump has in mind for his inaugural ball performers, as one of his first orders of business has been announcing a “New Black Deal For America” via MediaTakeOut.com.