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Things got heated between rapper T. I. and the conservative commentator, Candace Owens over the weekend.
On Saturday night, with Diddy’s Revolt TV summit in Atlanta, georgia, the musician and the Company, disputes over Trump’s campaign slogan: “Make America Great Again,” and the African-American community interprets it.
T. I., pointed out that some African-Americans see it as racist.
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As Moderator, Jeff Johnson, said that the slogan of the wells, poor white people against poor black people. “The fear is that He has lifted the poor whites is that poor blacks and poor urban people are the problem,” he said.
“If He ever had to say that?” The company be asked. “That it Was not clear if Ronald Reagan was the motto?”
“When you say,” Make America Great Again, ” what time period are we talking about?” T., I have to ask her directly. “The period of time in which women couldn’t vote? The period of time that we were hanging from the trees? Or is the a crack in time. That period of time in America trying to be America again, love?”
“That time, it was in America that we are trying to replicate? At this time, it was, to say to me,” he continued.
“It was one of the eerste…de slavery was around the world,” the Company way back in.
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“You are the light of the slavery of the people, just as we are,” said T. I. “It’s not nothing to take.”
“How can I be a light thing?” The company asked for
“You came up with some bulls–t,” T. I. joked, and the crowd is in cheers and jeers.
Things got heated between the rapper T. I. (l to R), and conservative commentator, Candace Owens over the weekend.
T. I. has been vocal about not supporting the President’s Trump card in the last couple of years. In 2018, he and fellow rapper (and Home supporters) Kanye West released a song together called, “Ye are against the People,” where they stopped on the opposite side of the political spectrum.
“Since the beginning of my career, I have always been… are proud to say that I have a voice to vote,” he said to The a long time, in 2018 and beyond. “It’s just that the voice has changed. The purpose of the voice is changed, that is, the passage of time.”
“I think that it is the state of the nation, the things that are going on right now. As a father and as a human being, it’s hard for me to do that, and use what influence I may have to try to affect the world in a better way, so that my children will live in,” he said.
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Meanwhile, the Company’s views may differ. In October of 2018 and beyond, she launched the Blexit movement, a movement that encouraged African-Americans to leave the Democratic y and register as a Republican, and the critical response to the Black Lives movement.
She called the protesters “a bunch of whiny pre-schoolers, pretend to be oppressed for attention.”