More Rappers We Want To See Diss Trump

Pittsburgh-born rapper Mac Miller had a breakout hit in 2011 with a banger entitled “Donald Trump”; you’ve probably heard it. It’s a fun little ditty about the traditional rapper come up, with Mac aspiring to “take over the world on when I’m on my Donald Trump shit” by going from rags to riches (just without the million dollar loan from his rich daddy). Innocent enough, right?

Well, as you’ve probably heard by now, Trump and Mac have pretty much become each other’s archenemies. Trump initially endorsed Miller’s song, because he’s a raging egomaniac, but later condemned it after noticing the track’s video got over 75 million views (100 mill now). Trump dissed the young rapper on Twitter for not paying him when the song blew up; no surprise, he’s an old, greedy douchebag. But this was extra pathetic, even by Trump’s standards.

Fast forward to the present day: Mac still hasn’t paid Trump (nor should he), labeling the Donald a “dickhead” that he’d never vote for. Miller made it abundantly clear that he doesn’t support Trump in any way after ripping him a new one on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore on Comedy Central. The rapper started his venomous monologue by telling Trump, “I fucking hate you”, and it just got better from there. Between this hilariously on point tirade, and guys like Waka Flocka, Jeezy, and T.I. flaming the presidential hopeful on social media, we can’t help but suggest some more MCs to diss the hell out of Trump, if only to get the youth of this generation to unify and prevent him from becoming POTUS.

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JAY-Z

Hova is the biggest Obama-supporter in hip-hop, as he helped fund the president’s campaign, and he and Beyonce are BFFs with Barack and Michelle. A lot of fans have been alleging that Jay has been slipping in recent years, so what better way to sharpen his sword than to rip into a man who represents the total antithesis of our current president?

U.S. President Barack Obama is greeted on stage by rapper Jay-Z at an election campaign rally in Columbus

RAE SREMMURD

Like Mac Miller, these kids have a single with Trump’s name, “Up Like Trump”; however, also like Mac, it’s highly doubtful they support Trump as a candidate. While Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi are not known for being lyrical killers or anything, dissing Trump would be a great way to show that they have no allegiance to him, despite the title of their hit.

KENDRICK LAMAR

He’s Obama’s favorite rapper. His magnum opus, last year’s To Pimp A Butterly album, was an anthem for the impoverished minorities Trump talks down upon. A group of protestors disrupted a Trump rally while chanting the hook of “Alright“. And it ain’t like King Kendrick is scared to say names. You heard his “Control” verse, right? A politician he’s not.

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EMINEM

Sure, his music has fallen off over the past decade; but Em proved in the recent “Shady Cxvpher” that he can still rap his 40-something-year-old ass off. Also, this guy has probably recorded the most diss tracks of any rapper, ever. From Ja Rule to Benzino to Nick Cannon, Em has taken out rappers left and right during his career. And let’s not forget his song “We As Americans“, which had lyrics that were investigated by the secret service as threats on then-president George W. Bush’s life. Marshall is no stranger to dissing politicians, so we’d love to hear him take Trump’s toupee-clad head off.

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DRAKE

Yeah, we know he’s Canadian; why should he diss a guy running for president of the U.S.? Well, did you hear “Back To Back“? Just imagine if Drizzy did the Donald’s campaign like he did Meek Mill’s career. Yikes.

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KANYE WEST

Since ‘Ye announced that he’ll be running for president in 2020, we can’t be the only ones who wanna see him rip Trump in half, whether Donald wins or not. Yeezy is not known to get involved in diss tracks, but a Twitter beef with the Donald would certainly be entertaining. Trump made a joke about having West as his vice president during an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon; but something tells us Kanye wouldn’t take kindly to being offered second fiddle, especially to that guy. Besides, it’s only right that Mr. West redeem himself after Obama called him a “jackass“; what better way to do it than taking out the new age Hitler?



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