Fans Are Ripping Back Donald Trump's Toupée After His 'Filthy' Comments About Jay-Z

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Fans Are Ripping Back Donald Trump's Toupée After His 'Filthy' Comments About Jay-Z

99 problems, but sorry, Trump…you ain’t one.

Published June 5th

In another red herring attempt, White House tenant Donald Trump used his presidential platform at a Nashville, Tennesse rally to inflate his now one-sided dispute with former political opponent Hillary Clinton while attacking New York hip-hop and business mogul Jay-Z in the process.

With high school shootings, fatality-ridden natural disasters, and discriminatory terrorism at a dangerously high levels nationally and internationally, Trump chose to direct his energy toward Hov’s support of Clinton in 2016. "The only way she filled up the arena was to get Jay-Z," the former reality television star gloated above the boo’ing crowd. "And his language was so filthy it made me look like the most clean-cut human being on Earth."

If “clean-cut” includes defaming African nations as “sh**hole countries,” instructing other well-to-do men of wealth and power to “grab ‘em by the p**sy” in their interactions with women and calling peacefully protesting NFL players “sons of b**ches,” Trump is right on the money. Unfortunately for him, that’s not what such a description means, though.

And the internet, particularly hip-hop fans, have no problem reminding the 71-year-old of it.  

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Theo Wargo/Getty Images for TIDAL)

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