Donald Trump's latest method of attacking his 2020 Democratic opponent, Joe Biden? A sloppy parody of T.I.'s 2008 hit, "Wthing You Like", with new words about the defeat of the former vice president. The Snapchat clip is a must.
And one stop and you land on the desk of the oval desk in three… two… one. President Donald trump, Memorial Day, used its official Snapchat channel to sue former vice president Joe Biden in the most bizarre way. On May 25, the President released a video showing photos and screenshots of the presumed 2020 Democratic candidate at the rate of T.I.The 2008 classic, "Wthing You Like" – with new sharp lyrics. The song goes now, according to Trump: "Yes, I don't want Joe Biden / I don't need Joe Biden / As long as you have me, you don't need Joe Biden ". It ends with a photo of a smiling Trump. Watch it below and listen to the real words HERE.
We don't know who's singing the new version of the song, because it certainly He is not T.I. The rapper has made no secret of the fact that he opposes everything that Trump represents. In March 2016, when Trump was still running for president and the country was in the primary season, T.I. posted an explanatory post about the then candidate on Instagram. "" Donald Trump, this message is for you. My name is Clifford ‘T.I.P.’ Harris, ” he said. "I say this as non-violently as possible. F ** k you and f ** k what you represent. No one who supports me will support you. "Tip also put his friend to shame, Kanye west, for meeting Trump several times, including their famous top of the Oval Office.
He revealed in a 2018 Instagram article that Kanye had in fact asked him to come to the White House with him, but he refused without hesitation. he called the meeting "The most disgusting, shameful and embarrassing act of despair and auctioning off his soul to get the power I have ever seen", and said that if he had had he been there, he would have felt "obliged to slap you, my brother – for the people! "
There's also, of course, the highly controversial Tip 2018 Twitter video, in which a Melania Trump lookalike striptease for him in the oval office. The video, captioned "Dear 45, I'm not Kanye", shows real images of the president leaving the White House and jumping on Marine One. The First Lady's clone then enters the frame, carrying the infamous "I don't really care, right?" jacket. T.I. appreciates the spectacle, then destroys the White House. You could say that T.I. will not be satisfied with Trump's Snapchat video.