Monday, February 13, 2017

Everyone’s talking about last night’s Grammy Award Ceremony. From the Make America Great Again dress, to the politically-charged performances, the night was anything but boring.

Liberal Hollywood, of course, didn’t let an opportunity to criticize President Trump go to waste. When the rap group A Tribe Called Quest performed, rapper Busta Rhymes immediately began to mock the president’s appearance. “I wanna thank President Agent Orange for perpetuating all the evil that you’ve been perpetuating throughout the United States,” Mr. Rhymes said to the cheering crowd. “I wanna thank President Agent Orange for your unsuccessful attempt at the Muslim ban,” he continued, despite the president’s order having nothing to do with Muslims and everything to do with terrorism.

Tell Me Now’s Wayne Dupree isn’t having it. He comes out swinging against the Busta Bully, and also praises singer Joy Villa for her courageous pro-Trump message at last night’s event.

Wayne is 100% on point. People who criticize the president’s travel ban should be ready and willing to offer their homes to refugee families. That goes double for a millionaire like Rhymes.

Share if you agree with Wayne!

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