Rapper Soulja Boy Goes After Kanye West for His Trump Support

Yet another artist attacks the 'Gold Digger' singer for saying positive things about this president and his policies

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Yet another rapper has expressed displeasure with Kanye West (shown above left) given the musician’s support of President Donald Trump.

Soulja Boy (above right), best known for the 2007 song “Crank That (Soulja Boy),” said West is losing respect by continuing to support Trump.

“Real street n***** and young kids like me, the younger generation, we lookin’ at you like you goofy, bruh. You up here supporting Trump and s***, bruh? You supporting Trump, bruh?” the rapper said during a recent interview on the radio show “The Breakfast Club.”

He had more to say, including, “Trump — you need to stop supporting Trump, bruh. That’s cap, bruh. That’s not right, bruh. My folks went through too much s*** for you to be out here doing this goofy s***.”

Soulja Boy then added that West’s support of the president is even worse because of his public platform and level of celebrity.

“My grandaddy been through too much, my grandmama and my great grandaddy, and they from Mississippi, and we went through slavery and s***, bruh. So you can’t do that, man. You gotta put on for the black community, bruh. This s*** not right. You too famous, your voice too big,” he said.

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The 28-year-old rapper went on to say that America needs Barack Obama back in the White House.

“We need Barack Obama back in office again, bro. I know he did eight years — we need another four years,” he said.

For more on Kanye West’s support of President Donald Trump, check out the video below:

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