4
Jun
2018

Trump Calls Jay-Z’s Language “Filthy” – I Attract Bigger Crowds Than Him!

Written by TJB Writer in Blog

Trump Calls Jay-Z’s Language “Filthy” – I Attract Bigger Crowds Than Him!

President Donald Trump is known for voicing his opinion whether the people care to hear it or not. On Tuesday (May 29), at a campaign rally in Nashville, he focused his attention on former opponent Hillary Clinton and one of her campaign surrogates, Jay-Z, who he says used “filthy” language that made him in return look “clean-cut.” When speaking about running against Clinton during the 2016 Presidential Election, he stated,

The only way she filled up the arena was to get Jay-Z.

When it came down to sharing his opinion about the hip-hop icon, he went on to add,

And his language was so filthy that it made me, like, the most clean-cut human being on earth. It’s true.

Trump continued on by adding he has had much bigger crowds than Jay-Z,

He’d stand up there before those crowds, and by the way, without any musical instruments, I had much bigger crowds than he was drawing. But he’d stand up before those crowds, and he’d use the F word and Hillary would sit back — ‘oh I’m in trouble, oh, please don’t have him use that kind of language anymore,’ and then he’d finish, and everybody would leave, and she’d be standing up making a speech to 400 people.

In November 2016, Jay-Z, Beyonce, Chance The Rapper and Big Sean performed in Cleveland, in an effort to garner excitement for Election Day. Jay-Z was slammed for using profanity during his performance by many including then Republican nominee, Donald Trump.

Trump claims that the language Jay-Z uses with his music is vulgar and after Clinton stated she did not like Trump’s language, he went on to compare himself to Jay-Z, stating,

I tell you what, I’ve never said what he said in my life.

As many of you may recall, in October 2016, Trump was caught on tape repeatedly making vulgar comments about women to Billy Bush of Access Hollywood. Earlier this year, reports surfaced that he called some poor nations “sh-thole countries.”

By: Tanisha Davis