If Donald Trump gets bored with politics, he’d make a great rapper. ‘The Daily Show’ took all of Trump’s actual disses and misogynistic attacks and turned them into a killer hip-hop song! Click to watch.
Should Donald Trump, 69, be like T-Pain, 30 and change his name to T-Rump? Or will The Donald from Manhattan be like Brooklyn’s Biggie Smalls and rebrand himself as the “Notorious G.O.P.”? After all, according to The Daily Show, every single vile attack coming out of Donald’s mouth could be easily found in a rap song!
“Donald Trump doesn’t belong in the White House. [He] belongs in a rap video. Everything [Donald] says is straight out of a rapper’s playbook,” The Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood Jr., 37, told Trevor Noah, 32, during the April 28 episode. “He brags about his money, he’s disrespectful to women and there’s always fights at his concerts!” To prove his point, Roy cued up his video where he transformed into “Black Trump.”
Roy was joined by Jordan Klepper, 37, and he was a killer hype man, just like Flavor Flav, 57. Black Trump then rapped a bunch of things Trump actually said, from his attacks on Mexicans to his insults about Megyn Kelly, 45. Black Trump even managed to sneak in how Donald threatened to “spill the beans” on Heidi Cruz, 43, the wife of Ted Cruz, 45. Blast your favorite hip-hop jams after .
The Daily Show has a point, as Donald’s words seem to fit in well with a sick beat. Plus, if he decides to drop an album, The Daily Show already has a perfect suggestion for a title: Orangeade. They even made a trailer for it, featuring a modified Beyonce, 34. Though, if Donald decides to spit some rhymes, he might think twice about sampling Prince, as the late music icon wrote a shady song about Trump!
The rap game might be perfect for Donald, since he’s always dropping disses on his rival, Hillary Clinton, 68. However, Hill is quick to fire back. When Donald said that the “only thing [Hillary’s] got going is the women’s card,” she used Snapchat to prove how Donald can’t compare to legendary Republicans like Abraham Lincoln and Ronald Reagan.
What did you think about the Black Trump music video, HollywoodLifers?