President Trump is gaining public support from some black celebrities and hip-hop artists, but Claudia Jordan and Too short wants people to know they’re not in that group … even though a very false press release.
Here’s the deal – a press release released Monday about Trump inviting a “prominent group of African American actors and entertainers” to the White House in December to discuss the issues. faced by the Black community and the President’s proposed Platinum Plan.
According to the announcement, the December meeting will feature the stars of an upcoming documentary titled “Trump vs. Hollywood” – including the rappers. Eric B., Money-B, cast Isaiah Washington and the film’s director, Daphne barak. The documentary looks very supportive of Trump.
That’s where Claudia and Too Short come in, as their names are listed as part of “Trump vs. Hollywood” alongside the names of some famous Trump supporters … like Kid Rock, Dean Cain and Scott Baio.
It certainly reads like all the celebrities endorsing Prez, but as both the ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ star and the rapper point out … it’s not.
They both said they were asked by Barak to do an interview and agreed to it, but that doesn’t mean they support Trump. Claudia said that the film’s director presented it as if talking to people on both sides of the political aisle.
Too Short added that he was about to go to vote – NO for Trump – and said that over the past few weeks, he has also been asked to fly to DC to meet Trump or to call someone on his team.
He said he turned down both offers and, unnamed, tossed some serious shade at fellow rappers who joined Trump’s meeting for what he believed was merely a photo op.
What Too Short’s statement repeated Rich The Kid also recently said – that Trump tried to send him a private jet to take him to the Michigan rally to buy his support.
Claudia says all of this seems to be a “crazy dash” to get black rappers to approve of Trump, but she and Too Short are warning people … don’t be fooled.