And just when you thought that you'd seen everything under the sun when it comes to hip hop greats, Ja Rule appeared on Fox News earlier today discussing, errr... politics.
The actual reason for the "Put It on Me" rapper's appearance was to discuss a new venture with the credit card company Magnises. In short, the card is supposed to appeal to millennials, but after discussing that for about two minutes, the conversation switched to Baltimore and the 2016 election.
When it comes to Baltimore's uprising and the death of Freddie Gray, Rule said that he believes that this situation is exposing deeper issues that plague urban communities across the nation. He also suggested in a politically correct fashion that peaceful marches will be beneficial to the movement.
Lastly, when it comes to the 2016 run for the White House, he said that both Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush are both great candidates, but ended that thought with, "But, I'm a democrat, so I would vote Hillary."
Thank you for the clarity, Ja. Thank you.
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