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
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.
Recently Lil B made his political opinion known, when he appeared on CNN to reveal that he would not be supporting Presidential candidate Hilary Clinton, instead he was putting his co-sign behind Bernie Sanders.
Run The Jewels are for the children. The duo stopped by Graffiti's SWAG Shop in Atlanta to do a quick segment for Mass Appeal, "Barbershop Talk," where they talk to several boys and girls about some current issues.