Donald Trump’s fall from hip-hop grace: From rap icon to public enemy No. 1

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  • GWalcott

    Season 1 of Apprentice was the most watched show on television. I wonder how many of those guys that think they're girls and girls that think they're guys watched it. Probably all of them.

  • kritikosman

    Trump+hip-hop grace!? What a bunch of PIFF! #piffle

  • Jamie Vetter

    Did anyone make it to the part that's in the headline? My god, what a piece of trash journalism.

  • brickmette

    Rap and hip-hop are American musical styles that have become popular and adopted/imitated worldwide.
    But it is a mistake to imagine that rap and hip-hop stars are qualified to be erstwhile spokespersons for black Americans.

  • RettasVegas

    West has known mental issues, he often say's nutty things, why so many listen knowing that fact is a mystery to me.
    Now Trump is not so much mental, he's evil, and in a POTUS, that's alarming.
    #GodSpeedMueller!

  • fmd160

    Isn't it amazing how Trump made the hip-hop world all about him? Unbelievable....

  • JuPMod

    Ah, so *now* they all see how bad Trump is. Heck, I'm surprise they still support him even after he spoke out against the Central Park Five.

  • Realpshep

    I’m an 80s kid so to quote the great Chuck D of Public Enemy.... “Mother F him (Trump) and John Wayne”

  • Lifeishortgetaladder.

    fyi Russell Simmons was also accused of sexual misconduct... ( hmm)

  • Saint

    All of the admirers and admirers dropped him once he ran and the Dem Party made him toxic. They smear and defame anyone who gets in their way.

  • Tertulliano

    Music?

  • Richard Leblanc

    Surprised he went anywhere near that hot potato but then again Trump will be Trump.