Chris Brown’s scathing attack on Donald Trump
United States billionaire Donald Trump seemingly has been offending minority communities throughout his campaign to win the 2016 Republican Party presidential nomination.
Most recently, the Black community in the United States has been crying foul at Trump and his supporters after a number of Black people were attacked at recent Trump rallies.
Now, R&B singer Chris Brown has decided to weigh in on the matter as he blasted Trump online on Thursday, March 10.
Earlier March, American media reported that 30 Black students were kicked out of Trump rally at Valdosta State University before organizers would start the rally.
Another recent incident reportedly happened in Fayetteville, North Carolina when a Black man was sucker punched in the face by a Trump supporter as he was being escorted out of a rally by police.
Those are just two of several reports of violence and discrimination against Black people that happened at Trump rallies in the last few weeks.
Never one to be shy about his thoughts, Brown addressed Trump’s “divisive” and “oppressive” campaign, as well the violence at his rallies, in a scathing Instagram video that he posted Thursday, March 10.
“Man, this [expletive] is getting crazy. Black people getting assaulted at rallies where you supposed to talk at. Trump and all that [expletive]. What you need to start doing, all the Black people go together, 40, 50 deep. See what they do then. Keep touching u [expletive],” Brown said in the video.
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