Days Black People Not Re-Enslaved By Trump

Wednesday, February 01, 2017

Russell Simmons Shows Us A True Face Of Liberals

Here's Russell Simmons:
Def Jam Records founder Russell Simmons, who once called himself an “every weekend” guest at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate, claims his friendship with Trump has ended.

When asked by the New York Daily News if his relationship with Trump is still ongoing, Simmons said, “Not anymore, I’m sure he doesn’t consider me a friend after some of the statements I’ve made.”

See Trump, or anyone else, is allllll good while they [apparently] agree with you or keep their mouths shut. Now Simmon's could have supported Hillary and still be a friend of Trump. All he could have said was: "Hey, yeah, I don't agree with your politics but you've never disrespected me..." But nope. Apparently Simmons (who I really don't pay attention to) felt the need to toss his friendship over politics. And understand that he isn't the only one. And it's not only friendships.

According to The Hill, Simmons said, “I said, ‘I’d rather Kim Kardashian be president,’ so he called the office and that was the end of our friendship.” Simmons says he declined to take Trump’s call.
Lets just understand this statement. Kardashian is famous because she fucked a black celebrity on tape. The entirety of her "fame" is for wearing dresses, going to parties and posting pictures and videos of herself and lastly being married to Kanye West.

That's all.

Meanwhile the sitting president, turned a $1 million dollar investment into a billion dollar fortune. Rode the ups and downs of the NY real estate market and despite having serious financial setbacks (and it is through failures that we learn), came back on top and then ran a successful presidential campaign despite all his "friends" and supporters from his previous life, take repeated and public shits on him.

And this man would prefer Kim K for president.

This is why a great deal of us have come to realize that celebrities are worth NOTHING more than the entertainment they provide us and in this day and technological age, we don't have to pay to see their work or hear their music.