Rappers are together in the Grammy for fustigar actions of Trump

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Tribe Called Quest and Anderson Paak Grammy. | Photo: Reuters

The legend of A Tribe Called Quest, the emerging experimental rapper Anderson Paak hip-hop and the successful exponent of hip hop Busta Rhymes joined onstage at the Grammys to fustigar the President of the United States, Donald Trump.
In the gala of this Sunday, view by million of people in the world, them artists is showed against them shares of Trump, particularly of the order Executive to build a wall in the border between United States and Mexico.
> Actress Meryl Streep lambastes the intolerance of Trump Busta Rhymes referred to the President as Agent Orange (Agent Orange), in a play on words referring to its appearance and the herbicide that was used as a chemical weapon in the Viet Nam war.

So Busta just called Trump “President Agent Orange,” a hit at his “Muslim ban,” broke thru his wall & ended with a call to “#resist” #GRAMMYs pic.twitter.com/52oGcuHdPv – Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) February 13, 2017 “I just want to thank the Orange agent President to perpetuate all the evil that you’ve been perpetuating,” exclaimed Busta Rhymes in an ironic acceptance speech.
“We are United!” We the people! “, cried while his colleagues was beaten against a wall, a reference to the desire to Trump build the border fence.”