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Rappers love Donald Trump. ;
Despite his many controversial stances in his presidential campaign platform, his name is synonymous with extreme wealth in the hip-hop world. Since the 1980s, rappers have mentioned Trump in their lyrics — in some cases have named entire songs after him. ; ;
Many rappers have praised his wealth, comparing their finances and fiscal aspirations to that of the multibillion dollar business mogul.
“I buy cars with straight cash, have meetings with Donald Trump,” said rapper Ludacris in his 2003 song, “Hip Hop Quotables.” ;
But it doesn’t stop there.
“Trump is 90s hip-hop all day,” Comedian Mike Yard told host Larry Wilmore ;in a July episode of “The Nightly Show.”
Yard pointed out that Trump loves gold, has his own vodka and pulls “gangsta” moves like publicly giving out a U.S. Senator’s phone number. ;
“He’s like the 50 Cent of the Republican party,” Yard said. “All he needs is to get shot nine times and he’s golden.”
Since Trump has yet to drop a mixtape, we’ve compiled 67 hip-hop songs over the last 25 years that mention the mogul’s name in the video above. ;
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