From the first day of Trump announcing he would run for President, he got a ton of hate from celebrity’s all across the nation. Rappers were especially vocal of their opinion on the business man. But a few hate him more than others. Doing things like organizing rallies, to making songs ripping the Republican to pieces. Oh, Hollywood. You never fail to entertain us.
3. Mac Miller
This legendary story of celebrity beef dates all the way back to 2011 when Mac’s hit Donald Trump started gaining popularity. Trump initially loved the song and Mac, saying “…but the ‘Donald Trump’ song just hit over 20 million, that’s not so bad. I’m very proud of him.” Good ole Donald didn’t get upset until he found out Mac was making some solid cash off of the song. This resulted in him sending out slews of tweets saying that he was going to sue Mac for using his name in the song without permission. These were empty threats, but that doesn’t stop Mac from expressing his hatred for Trump.
See for yourself:
‘But Vince you’re only listing white rappers.’ Okay hear me out, Trump has hate from basically every artist out there, but this one is a lot different. Macklemore hates Trump but takes a different approach. He isn’t as angry as everyone else (other than his verse on FDT Part 2). Macklemore consistently talks in disappointment about how Trump was able to make it so far and now win the election.“Donald Trump is not raising my daughter, I am.” Macklemore shared on Instagram. No kidding bro. That’s usually how this whole father things works. “Just because someone holds the most powerful position in the world, does not make that person right, just or fair.”
Yeah. Bet you didn’t see this one coming, huh? This dude literally made an song called “FDT”. What’s that stand for? I’ll give you minute. Certainly the most vocal out there, YG did everything he could to keep Trump out of office. However, constantly performing his song live and leading rallies wasn’t enough. He even gave out bagels to people at the Compton polls that said “**** Donald Trump”. Valliant effort, YG.
For these three and many others, the next four years will probably feel like an eternity.