Multimillionaire, privileged rapper, Jay Z just can’t seem to get over Trump’s win and Hillary Clinton’s loss.
Rap mogul Jay-Z sat down with David Letterman for his Netflix series My Next Guest Needs No Introduction (Video below).
Following in lock step with Hillary’s ‘blame it on white privilege’ mantra, Jay Z
whined rationalized to David Letterman about how the election of Donald Trump is a “good thing” because it’s “bringing out an ugly side of America that we wanted to believe was gone.”
“I’ll be honest with you,” Letterman noted, “I’m beginning to lose confidence in the Trump administration.”
Jay-Z then replied to Lettermen, “I think it’s actually a great thing.”
“I think that what he’s forcing people to do is have conversations and [forcing] people to band together and work together,” said Jay-Z, who headlined a concert for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. “You can’t really address something that’s not revealed. He’s bringing out an ugly side of America that we wanted to believe was gone, and it’s still here. We still gotta deal with it.”
“We have to talk about the N-word and we have to talk about why white men are so privileged in this country,” the Grammy-winner, whose net worth is near $1 billion, explained.
Letterman chimed in, adding, “I completely agree. We don’t need more evidence.”
“Is he a racist? Is he not a racist?” Letterman said of President Trump. “I’m telling you, If you’re having a debate over whether a guy is a racist, chances are that guy’s a racist.”
Letterman last took swipes at President Trump while interviewing Pakistan-born activist Malala Yousafzai.
“I feel personally, not politically, but personally, he is not fit to represent me. I don’t think he’s fit to represent anyone in this room,” Letterman said of Trump.
Trump and Jay-Z had a war of words earlier the year, that ended with the president taking to Twitter and writing, “Somebody please inform Jay-Z that because of my policies, Black Unemployment has just been reported to be at the LOWEST RATE EVER RECORDED!”
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