Rapper Clifford Harris, who uses the stage name T.I., is being targeted by a boycott campaign after he attacked first lady Melania Trump with a video of a look-alike stripping in a mockup of the Oval Office.
If that wasn't explicit enough about his stance on the Trump Administration, he later has a caption of "Dear 45, I aint Kanye" in the video. Take a look above.
"I mean, this is the ultimate sisterhood, if you will, and they have been silent on the treatment of Melania Trump". The woman is wearing only a jacket, which reads: "I really don't care do u?", a clear nod to the controversial Zara jacket the first lady wore during a June trip to Texas.
Check out the clip above.
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The first lady said in a recent interview with ABC News that she wore the jacket to troll reporters.
"It's obvious I didn't wear the jacket for the children, I wore the jacket to go on the plane and off the plane", she said. @cdelafresh _ #TI's new video, you know the one where he let #Trump know he "ain't Kanye", garnered a lot of support but it also has unsurprisingly ruffled some feathers in the #WhiteHouse. "But it will not stop me to do what I feel is right".
"This is the most repulsive, disgraceful, embarrassing act of desperation & auctioning off of one's soul to gain power I've ever seen", T.I. wrote on Instagram after West met with Trump in the Oval Office last week.
"The first ladies club", she offered on the Fox News morning program "Fox & Friends", pointing out the women's enduring cultural influence.