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50 Cent Says Kanye West & Donald Trump Would Be Equally Terrible Presidents
50 Cent is in the midst of a promotion run for Season 3 of his Starz show "Power," which debuts on July 17th. Last night he stopped by 'Conan' to discuss a variety of topics, among them the prospect of a Kanye West presidency.
Donald Trump Raps Along To Mac Miller's "Donald Trump" (Spoof)
Editing politicians' speeches so that they rap along to to popular hip hop songs is all the rave these days.
Tupac Rails Against Donald Trump And Greed In Unearthed 1992 Interview
Rappers are finding ways to express their distaste for Donald Trump, whether it be YG and Nipsey Hussle's "Fuck Donald Trump" or Tyler, the Creator's "Adolf Trump" t-shirts.
Mac Miller Eviscerates Donald Trump On The Nightly Show
Donald Trump's most extensive foray into hip hop was probably the time he threatened to sue Mac Miller for royalties from a 2011 song entitled "Donald Trump." Miller had a more favorable view of Trump than he does now; in December, he tweeted "Just please
Hannibal Buress Compares Presidential Candidates To Rappers
The race for the 2016 United States presidency is already raging like a Californian wildfire. The good homie Hannibal Buress is here to save us from the political depravity.
Obama Ethers Donald Trump Using Drake's "Back To Back" (Spoof)
Just how great of a diss track was Drake's "Back to Back"? Well, it's just been remixed by President Obama to diss the GOP's top clown, Donald Trump.
Joey Bada$$ Discusses Young Black Voter Issues On The Nightly Show
Joey Bada$$ will be voting for the first time in the upcoming 2016 presidential election. Promoting his World Domination tour kicking off this Friday, he made an appearance on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore to share his political beliefs.
Mac Miller Compares Donald Trump To A Struggle Rapper On The Nightly Show
Many rap beefs are long forgotten, but one that we'll always remember is Mac Miller Vs. Donald Trump.
Word On The Street: Vote Kanye For President In 2020?
"I have decided in 2020 to run for president." With these fateful words, Kanye West announced his candidacy for the highest office in the land and dropped the mic on the VMAs, leaving the rest of us to imagine exactly what sort of president he'd be.