Wale & Tomi Lahren to Revive the Feud Over JAY-Z Donald Trump Comment

HipHop News Posted on January 29, 2018 at 4:20am

Wale & Tomi Lahren to Revive the Feud Over JAY-Z Donald Trump Comment

"Go and sit down my friend."

Wale and Tomi Lahren are duking it on social media, however, again, following the observations of JAY-Z made about Donald Trump during his appearance on CNN's Van Jones Show.

Appearing at the premiere of The Van Jones Show during the weekend, JAY referred to the president as a "superbug."

Shortly after the broadcast of the interview (and the Triumph of the response itself), the Fox News contributor, expressed his dislike for the Vao of the comments, and the attempt to turn the tables on the Brooklyn legend.

"As opposed to you who raps about bitches, and sisters, and boasts of the sale of crack cocaine. Yes...Trump is the problem...sure," Lahren twitter, sharing a picture with the quote, as well as another with the Triumph of the rebuttal.

As opposed to you who raps about bitches, and sisters, and boasts of the sale of crack cocaine. Yes...Trump is the problem...insurance. pic.twitter.com/tjq4r0rDN3

— Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren) January 28, 2018

CC: J-hova pic.twitter.com/TbajYIv0Sp

— Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren) January 28, 2018

Don't pass up a good schooling, Wale shot Lahren via Twitter.

"Tammy, he is not the president . Also not just "rapping" 21 Wild???.. go and sit down my friend," Wale tweeted on Sunday (January 28).

Tammy he is not the president . Also not just "rapping" 21 Wild???.. go and sit down my friend. https://t.co/RHhKq0lnDJ

— Wale (@Wale) January 28, 2018

Lahren soon struck back, bringing JAY's support of Hillary Clinton, despite his past "super predator" comments.

"Hey bud, good to hear from you again. Missed your presence on Twitter. So anyway...not Jay-Z is not the president, but he made the campaign of Hillary very strongly. You know, the woman famous for her "super predator" of the agenda. Ironic, isn't it?," she wrote.

Hey bud, good to hear from you again. Missed your presence on Twitter. So anyway...not Jay-Z is not the president, but he made the campaign

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