President Donald Trump has proved to be a very divisive character to most Americans and it’s safe to say that Hollywood does not like him much as various stars have spoken out against the President.
The award season has been awash with new ways to bash the President and the Grammys might just have provided the best one as Hillary Clinton put in a cameo performance for the ages with her rendition of Fire and Fury by Michael Wolff.
In a short comedy sketch put together by Grammy show host James Corden, he was on the hunt for the next spoken word Grammy winner. He went through various celebrities including John Legend, Cher, Cardi B, Snoop Dogg and Dj Khaled before settling on Hillary Clinton to be the ‘winner’ of the spoken word auditions.
“He had a longtime fear of being poisoned—one reason why he liked to eat at McDonald’s: Nobody knew he was coming and the food was safely pre-made,” read Clinton
She then turned to Corden and said, “The Grammy’s in the bag?”
Apparently, it was, as that particular bit received the biggest cheer of the night with many finding the bit humorous.
Recall that before this, Music mogul, Jay-Z had come for Trump, accusing him of being racist after his infamous ‘Shithole countries’ statement.
Jay-Z had said in an interview with Van Jones, “There was a moment when Donald Sterling had been exposed as this racist on a private phone conversation that he was having and they took his team from him,”
“And it’s like, OK, that’s one way to do it. But another way would have been, let him have his team and then let’s talk about it together. … Maybe some penalties. Because once you do that, all the other closet racists just run back in the hole. You haven’t fixed anything. What you’ve done was spray perfume on a trash can,” he said.
He went on to explain that more spray attracts more bugs as you’re not actually dealing with the trash — in this case, racism.
“You don’t take the trash out. You keep spraying whatever over it to make it acceptable and then, you know, as those things grow, then you create a superbug. And then now we have Donald Trump, the superbug,” he said.
Watch Hillary Clinton’s award-winning performance below