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Rappers, Singers and Celebs React To Donald Trump’s Muslim Ban
A number of rappers, R&B singers and celebrities have reacted to President Donald Trump’s immigration ban on Muslims.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order over the weekend (Jan 28), banning immigrants from seven predominately Muslim countries from entering the United States for the next 90 days, according to CNN.
This executive order also bans all refugees from entering the country for the next 120 days.
Once the news was out, a number of protests broke out across the country, including at JFK airport in New York, O’Hare in Chicago, and Dulles in Virginia.
On social media, a special kind of protest was brewing among rappers, R&B singers, and celebs. They expressed outrage at the President’s latest move.
Peep the posts below:
— Chuck D (@MrChuckD) January 28, 2017
The 1st refugee/immigrants who sought safehaven in America & then committed terrorist acts against the indigenous citizens were white people
— DROGAS Light 2/10/17 (@LupeFiasco) January 28, 2017
I pray the Karma of our country's decisions doesn't doom our children too young to understand or choose their own fate. 💛 HAS to win.
— Statik Selektah (@StatikSelekt) January 28, 2017
— Issa Rae (@IssaRae) January 28, 2017
This is a beautiful story. When we reject Iraqi refugees, we reject Brahim. Shame on America. Shame on Donald Trump. https://t.co/1NzFtUPvm8
— John Legend (@johnlegend) January 29, 2017
I know everyone has opinions but if u agree with what Trump is saying about immigrants & undocumented folks I cant bounce with u #MuslimBan
— Ric (@RicWilson) January 28, 2017
I am a Christian who would rather sit at the table with a Muslim brother than ban him from a home that wasn't originally mine…
— Kirk Franklin (@kirkfranklin) January 28, 2017
This ban is racist and unconstitutional and illegal …
— ghost (@therealstylesp) January 29, 2017
This country is going backwards!
— MC REN (@mcrencpt) January 28, 2017
— John Legend (@johnlegend) January 28, 2017
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