News: Lil B Stumps Over Trump, "[Him] Running For President Show You Just How F*cked Up America Is"
Thursday, Jun 2, 2011 9:30AM
West Coast rapper Lil B has injected his thoughts into the upcoming 2012 presidential election by questioning renowned real-estate developer Donald Trump's aim to become the next United States leader.
Never one to censor his opinion, B hopped on Twitter Thursday (June 2) to speak out.
"I love jerry spriner I'm watching him speak on CNN honestly you can tell he's a down to earth good man, jerry ur my friend - Lil B," he tweeted.
"Like I wud vote for jerry springer and obama president before sarah palin and donald trump, with trump and palin I dnt feel a connec - Lil B"
"Donald trump running for president show u just how f*cked up america is and how much money makes people go, f*ck money love people - Lil B" (Lil B's Twitter)
Yesterday, Trump revealed his intent to possibly run for president next year.
Real estate mogul Donald Trump, who has already flirted with a run for the GOP nomination in 2012, says he would still consider running as an independent if he did not believe the Republican field was strong enough to beat President Barack Obama. Trump also said on Fox News Wednesday that former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is underrated. (News Max)
Public Enemy's Chuck D called out Trump last April after he made controversial remarks about President Obama's race and background.
"President Obama is going to make a lot of moves that will make you go OMG and WTF, but this is the President of the United States," Chuck said. "So whatever little move that he can make for you, you got to fight for it. This whole thing with Donald Trump...he's on some bullsh*t. Someone needs to say, 'Yo, Donald Trump...you full of sh*t and I'm going to seriously f*ck you up.' That's what the rap community used to do, but now nobody can make that statement because everybody feels politically in debt." (VIBE)
While he may not win Chuck D's vote, rap star Rick Ross has previously displayed his support of Trump.
"I would love to work with Donald Trump," Ross revealed in an interview. "I'm pretty sure there are some ventures we could attack. There's some money out there for us to get. I just love what Don represents,. Ridin' out here in New York, you look over and see so much of his real estate. It's just a good thing...Tell him to get at me." (Rap-Up)
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