Jay-Z has no respect for President Trump but is holding out hope for the future.
The famous rapper, who supported Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election, told BBC on Friday that black people have been through so much more than Trump and that this presidency is a joke.
“I believe that we are resilient, especially us as black people and especially the culture. We’ve been through so much more than this guy,” he said in an interview with BBC Radio 1. “This guy, I’m looking at him like, man, this is a joke, with all — I can’t even say with all due respect — with all disrespect.”
The “4:44” rapper went on to say that Trump is not a “sophisticated man” — particularly pointing out the ideas that everyone is free.