Thursday, April 30, 2020

Diddy Responds to Political Backlash

This week Sean 'Diddy' Combs announced he was holding the Black vote hostage if presumed Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden didn't provide a Black agenda [click here if you missed that].

Diddy responds to the backlash of his misguided strategy of waiting until AFTER the Democratic primaries to speak up...

After a civil war broke out in his comment section Diddy reposted a quote from Atlanta rapper Killer Mike claiming he was not endorsing Donald Trump or the Republican party, just stating that the Democrats need to do more to earn the Black vote.

Again, something that should have been addressed during the primaries, considering both Elizabeth Warren and Andrew Yang had clear Black agendas and needed support. At this juncture there are only two candidates.

Diddy, just say you're voting for Trump and go.