RiRi also learned, to her horror, that "Don't Stop The Music" is being played at Trump rallies. She insists that won't be happening for much longer.
The donation allows Enyia to be included on the ballot, but West's open affection and admiration for Donald Trump confuses matters.
The Atlanta rapper wrote that West's display at the White House was "the most repulsive, disgraceful, embarrassing act of desperation and auctioning off of one’s soul to gain power I've ever seen."
"Presidential hopeful West" gets taken out in "Assassination Day," a video from DJ Muggs' latest project, 'Dia del Asesinato.'
Kimmel briefly challenged West on his pro-Trump comments, but the rapper mostly hit all of his old marks.
"Those creeps are going to march through the streets of my country?" he asked David Marchese. "Uh-uh."
Robert De Niro introduced the singer and yelled "fuck Trump" from the podium, but Springsteen brought the room back to a calm quiet just as fast.
Despite threatening to take Mac Miller to court, it seems likely that Donald Trump was still listening to "Donald Trump" in 2015.
"A Very Drumpf Christmas" is out on Friday. Apparently, it features a reference to Anthony Scaramucci.
Busking outside country music's biggest night, Simpson called Donald Trump a "fascist fucking pig" and raised $13 for the ACLU.