Hip Hop Continues to Condemn Donald Trump, the Management Of Charlottesville
T. I., Killer Mike, Questlove, Talib Kweli, El-P, LeBron James, Chris Rock and countless others are outraged by the current political climate of America.
Following the deadly violence that fell on Charlottesville, Virginia, during a white supremacist rally during the weekend, Donald Trump, has held three press conferences where he first denounced the violence "on many sides", then called racism, "evil", while condemning white nationalists, and then went back to blaming "both sides" for the incident a day later.
This has angered and upset a number of people, including T. I., who believes that the Triumph is ordered around by his white supremacist group "the friends."
"Exactly what you'd expect from a sucka," T. I. told TMZ, while on board a plane at LAX airport. "Cowards throw stones and hide your head, so that before applying the pressure and made him to resign his white supremacist friends, to your neo-Nazi partners, and after bipartisan pressure, reported to them, but I'm sure there was a phone call from a David Duke, 'What the fuck you think you're doing? This is not what we have chosen for you.' Then he had to come from behind and the reverse. Fuck man, the most. He is a sucka. Fuck him. Fuck them.
"You can love people that don't hate", he added. "You can't love people who have hearts full of hatred. Fuck 'em all".
The tip was not the only member of the Hip Hop community speaks out against Trump and the conviction of the white supremacist group.
Killer Mike offered his own thoughts on the matter via Instagram while touching on the recent arrest of Takiyah Thompson, the Workers World Party activist who knocked down a statue of the Confederation, Durham, North Carolina at the beginning of this week.
"Can someone please inform the owner of a casino masquerading as the president of the united States, despite the fact that it is totally right on Jefferson and Washington, and many of the other characters and the presidents of this country, being slave-owners, absolutely correct about that, is not to keep a confederate general statue because they were a force of opposition to this