President Donald Trump didn’t have much to say to rapper Eminem, who has been excoriating him on wax (wait—do people even say “wax” anymore?) who has been ethering him in the cloud for a minute, but, again, Trump hasn’t responded. But perhaps because it is rumored that the current POTUS only watches television, he did respond to rapper Jay-Z’s recent commentary about him, which took place on cable news network CNN. Advertisement The Van Jones Show. A very mature-looking (and sounding) Jigga sat down with Jones, and he not only went in on the president’s recent “shithole” comments, which denigrated an entire continent, but also discussed his marriage to Beyoncé, the #MeToo movement, being a father three times over, and his newfound activism around mass incarceration in particular. When Jones asked Jay about the shithole commentary, Jay responded very soberly that the comments made by the president were “hurtful.” He then called the president a “superbug”: Yes, it’s disappointing and hurtful. It is hurtful, more so. Everyone feels anger. After the anger, it’s really hurtful because he’s like looking down on a whole population of people. You are so misinformed because these places have beautiful people and beautiful everything. It’s… Read full this story
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