Rap Artist Calls For The Assassination Of President-Elect Donald Trump

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Rick Ross might be able to tell the future better than the Magic 8-Ball. Not the drug, you know, the ball you shake and the little Illuminati triangle tells you the future!

Rick Ross released this anti-Trump song the day after Donald Trump won the 2016 election and became the POTUS-elect after defeating Hillary Clinton.

The song is called “Free Enterprise” and let’s have a listen. This might put a pear on his plate, but that’s fine. Can’t knock the guys hustle, even if the song sucks.

Breitbart – Rick Ross released the music video for his politically-charged song “Free Enterprise” this week, in which the Miami-based rapper fantasizes about the death of President-elect Donald Trump.

“Assassinate Trump like I’m Zimmerman/Now accept these words as they came from Eminem,” Ross raps, an apparent reference to George Zimmerman, who shot and killed Florida teenager Trayvon Martin in 2012.

“Free Enterprise” features vocals from singer John Legend and appeared on Ross’ 2015 studio album Black Market.

“Democratic Party sentenced to the pendulum/Killing them, I voted for André Benjamin,” he raps in the video while standing in front of an upside down American flag.

The word “Trump” was bleeped out of the official music video, released on YouTube on November 9 — the day Trump became President-elect.

He mentions George Zimmerman, but I didn’t even realize that guy was still alive.

I can totally see why this song was released first on the Internet and that’s because it sucks.

I love rap music. I have no problem saying if a song is a good track, but this is just boring. I’m shocked John Legend bothered with this. What did he get out of it? Was he bored?

Musically, it sounds like they did a great job composing the song, but like I said – it’s boring. The message is lame. John Legend probably recorded his part on an iPhone with GarageBand and emailed it to Rick Ross.

My message to Rick Ross – keep eating pears, keep making music, but realize that this song stinks. If you want to release a track that might suggest you’re talking about Donald Trump, then make it humorous. If it’s funny, then even Trump fans would love it.

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And, if this song is not about Donald Trump, which I highly suspect it might not be, then nothing changes. It’s still boring.

My wife looked over and said “why are you listening to gospel music?”

Here’s a better Rick Ross moment to get you folks by in your super busy day.

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