Mac Miller was the special guest on Wednesday's edition of The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore on Comedy Central, and he came with a special purpose: delivering a message to his mortal-enemy-turned-bafflingly-successful-Republican-presidential-candidate Donald Trump. "Make America great again?" Miller snarled. "I think you wanna make America white again." For two-and-a-half minutes, Mac roasted Trump for dear life on everything from his shady political stances to the troubling racism the mogul and his backers exhibit and his endless thirst for attention: "I'm gonna be here every day telling the world how much I hate you, how much of a clown you are, and how we as a nation are better than you will ever be as a racist fuckwad of a person."
Mac Miller and Donald Trump first crossed paths when the Pittsburgh rapper named a song after him. "Donald Trump," from 2011's Best Day Ever mixtape, was the young artist's breakout single, earning him a platinum plaque. Trump expressed his approval of the song at first but threatened to sue as the record picked up steam. There's no love lost between the two in the years since, and last night Mac made it clear where he stands. Will Trump respond? He always responds, doesn't he?
Saunter over to Comedy Central later to see the rest of the episode, where Miller squares off with Wilmore and Nightly Show correspondents Ricky Velez and Franchesca Ramsey about the different candidates running (or else bungling) the 2016 presidential election and snarks about politicians appropriating the whip and nae nae. GO:OD AM still fire still in stores gone head treat yoself.
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