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Trump bashes Hillary Clinton about Jay Z, Beyoncé free Ohio concert


“I actually like Jay Z. But you know, the language last night! Ohhh! Ooooh!” Trump said in Tampa, Florida this morning referencing last night’s free Democratic National Committee concert in Cleveland, Ohio where Jay Z and Beyoncé were headliners. “Maybe I’ll just try it. Should I use that language? Can you imagine if I said that?”

Trump was speaking specifically about Jay Z’s use of the f-bomb and n-word, lyrics from his popular rap singles. “Jigga My Nigga,”F**kWithMeYouKnowIGotIt” and “Dirt Off Your Shoulder.”

Trump went on to criticize Jay Z, “So he used every word in the book. I won’t even use the initials, because I’d get in trouble. It’ll get me in trouble. He used every word in the book last night.

“I tell you what: I’ve never said what he said – in my life!”

Jay Z’s raps included lines…

“If you feelin’ like a pimp n***a, go and brush your shoulders off.”

“Ladies is pimps too, go and brush your shoulders off. N***a is crazy, baby, don’t forget that boy told you. Get that dirt off your shoulders.”

Following his performance, Jay Z recited Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign slogan: “We’re Stronger Together.”

He also told the crowd, “Ohio, we are on the doorstep of history. I am here tonight because respect matters. Respect matters to me.”

The trio (Jay Z, Beyoncé and Hillary) attracted 10,000 people in the key battleground state of Ohio.

Beyoncé was spotted backstage sporting an ‘I’m With Her’ t-shirt.When she performed her hits, her dancers dressed up in Hillary’s traditional pantsuits. And, Bey gave the former first lady and Secretary of State a huge endorsement.

Jay Z called her presidential bid “historic – this is a moment in time.”

In Tampa, Florida on Saturday morning, Nov. 5, Trump spent a bit of time mocking Clinton: ‘We don’t need Jay Z to fill up arenas. We do it the old-fashioned way, folks. We fill it up because you love what we’re saying and you want to make America great again.”


  1. Missy on November 5, 2016 at 2:50 pm

    I agree. There’s a time and place for everything & last night was NOT a time for “J” to be dropping the “F” & “N”‘bombs. Really there is never a time . I can’t wait until those ugly words are erased completely from these songs so that the rest of society will follow suite seeing as though life always imitate art far more that art imitates life

    • jacqueline.burkart on November 10, 2016 at 1:02 pm

      1 yr ago I left my office work and I never felt this good… I started to work from home, for a company I discovered online, several hrs /a day, and I earn much more than i did on my office job… My last month pay-check was for 9000 dollars… Great thing about this is that i have more time for my family…

  2. britishrose on November 5, 2016 at 9:22 pm

    N..igga is what they call us so we use that phrase as a joke to whites that ni.gger is not a divider , or destroying missile to blacks, we have over come the prejudice words white teach elementary kids .. if a race can go in a school and kill inocent kids imagine what they could do if Nigger was a real killer? we all be dead . so use that word as a joke and u win all the time trump has used that word he is never gonna admit that. .. hilary has a lot of black votes,,, and celebrities like jayz and beyonce just sends a message home to people to vote not think about it blacks can be lazy about voting when whites do it to impower theirselves, and its why all those non black judges get hired fuckin up our judicial system .. black lack vote motivation even after milliion of blacks have died defending our right to vote

  3. Dunit on November 6, 2016 at 3:21 pm

    Drumpf has some nerve. Not only has he used foul language on the campaign trail, but he fails to realize he is no longer an entertainer. Jay z has creative liscence just like an actor, comedian, singer or any other entertainer. The POTUS is not an artist. It’s the most salient job in the free world, and the decisions made in this role have real life cosequences. Perhaps Forrest Drump has confused the presidency with a lame episode of celebrity apprentice.