Mac Miller and Donald Trump have their run-ins with one another in the past, mainly because in 2011, the world famous rapper dedicated a song to him well before the presidential candidate’s foray into politics was the cause of so much concern.
Early this morning (December 16), the Pittsburgh native–who obviously is white–went on an unprovoked diatribe about the country’s racial tension that culminated into anti-Trump endorsements.
“Everyone is afraid. Be YOU,” the 23-year-old rap star tweeted after repeatedly chalkboard writing “White/Black White.”
Miller also blasted the concept of white people claiming reverse racism and shunned Caucasian rap fans for not participating in social issues such as the Black Lives Matter movement. It was then, he lashed out against Trump and his racist campaign.
“I don’t know why I got that serious there. Back to fart jokes and raps about drugs. Because obviously I don’t think about this world’s future,” he continued. “Just don’t forget about the ridiculously large amount of humans who are down to have Donald Trump be present. There is work to do. Just please don’t elect this motherf*cker man.”
Check out Mac Miller’s series of tweets in the gallery below.