Editor’s Note: The following article includes explicit language.
To add to the most recent Trump bashing, at the end of an interview with Billboard, rapper Mac Miller bemoaned that “it’s a fucking real possibility that he could become president of the United States …” In 2013, Miller came out with his song, “Donald Trump,” which became his first song to make the Bilboard Hot 100 chart. It also went Platinum.
Without mentioning any substantial arguments against a Trump presidency, besides of course that he’s racist, Miller urged people to go out and vote against Trump, exclaiming, “Even if you don’t like Hillary. None of that matters. All that matters is that this motherfucker could possibly be the president of the United States, and that’s terrifying, that’s horrible. Especially at a time like this when our country needs to move forward.”
“Forward” for Miller refers to today’s world where “there’s all these different ways of what love and relationships are supposed to be like. Like, ‘What is monogamy? Who cares? It’s 2016.’” Yes, the monogamy-less world that everyone has desperately been striving for. Miller did admit to wanting to have a love story similar to that of his grandparents, and he recently began a relationship with singer Ariana Grande, so hopefully he’ll take monogamy somewhat seriously.
This sort of Trump knocking is not new to Miller. At the beginning of the year, the white rapper appeared on “The Nightly Show” to call out Trump for being a “racist son of a bitch” who wants to “make America white again.” Miller referred to Trump as an “egomaniacal, attention-thirsty, psychopathic, power-hungry, delusional waste of skin and bones.”
But he still wasn’t done! He finished, “I’m gonna be here every day telling the world how much I hate you, how much of a clown you are and how we as a nation are better than you will ever be as a racist fuck-wad of a human, because I love America, and I’m never giving it up to a troll like you, you bitch!” Miller really does have a way with words.