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Word to the wise — and the racists: don't mess with John Legend. Donald Trump Jr., the son of presidential hopeful Donald Trump, learned this the hard way when he criticized five students who were protesting his father at a rally in Chicago on Friday.
Check out what he said, and the singer's priceless response, below:
Trump Jr. fired back, blaming Legend for "unnecessarily" attacking his father, blaming him for the country's "division" in the process:
One of Trump's supporters also felt the need to chime in, questioning the singer's education in the process, but apparently he was unaware that the Trumps and Legend have something major in common:
That's right. Trump, Trump Jr., and Legend all attended the University of Pennsylvania. The singer studied English with a concentration on African-American literature.
Don't come for John unless he sends for you.
Check out Trump speaking on his belief that African-Americans "love" him in the BET Breaks video, below:
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