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Music icon Russell Simmons has delivered the biggest of public service announcements. The hip-hop mogul has stepped forward this week to share his past and present issues with President Donald Trump following the deadly weekend mass shootings.

Russ went to Instagram Monday and didn’t hold back on explaining the need to get Trump out of office and end his presidency.

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I was never afraid of his silly politics Except on occasion where i had a chance to remind him …i took him to the mosque when he spoke poorly about Muslims, brought rabbis to his office when he made anti Semitic statements, and corrected him when he said any hateful things …he was my friend because he was “fun”gave to my charities and he wasn’t in power ..When he announced ..i was among the first of his friends to speak publicly, i cared about this country more then any friendship. I can remember this pic .. and i remember Melania … i introduced him to his african american girlfriend who he dated directly before his first date with Melania (i tagged along for that ) lil did i know. I immediately disconnected with him publicly when he announced his candidacy i was on cnn i remember my words “I would rather any of his reality star competition became president” i haven’t spoken to him since the day after i said that ..God he’s done a hellacious thing to this country 🥵 let’s please stand up …his speech without talk of gun control or racism as key points playing to the lowest smallest most ignorant ideas that America has to offer is shocking … But we will stand tall vote him out and turn this around, i have faith ,resilience and i will work hard to deliver anyone else to the White House Lets all work together, we have a unifying call to got to work …LETS GO

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Simmons IG post came shortly after Trump went to his Twitter page to address the Texas and Ohio murders.

The horrific attacks sparked reactions from New York rap 50 Cent and Nas.

R&B superstar Rihanna went to Instagram Sunday and called out President Donald Trump for not tightening up gun control in the United States.