Rapper Calls on God to Take Trump’s Life in New Music Video

May 4, 2019 Updated: May 4, 2019

In a music video for a song titled “Devil’s Work,” a rapper calls on God to take the life of President Donald Trump.

Rapper Joyner Lucas is inside a church in the video and begins an angry diatribe against God, claiming he’s been “taking the wrong [people].”

“They say you never wrong but you made a few mistakes because you’re taking the wrong [people], maybe you should trade,” he said in the music video. “Trade us back all the real ones, remove the fakes.”

“Give us Tupac back and that [expletive] Suge, Let the legend resurrect and he gon’ live for good, I been screaming ‘thug life’ in every different hood, If only you could bring him back, Lord I wish you would,” Lucas continued.

“Give us Biggie, give us Pun, give us triple X, Take that [expletive] Trump with you, that’s a bigger threat,” he rapped. “There’s too much power for a coward with no intellect, That’s a bigot with a collar, there’s a disconnect.”

When he asked for the president’s life to be taken, a framed picture of Trump is shown as if at his funeral.

Later in the song, Lucas targets two personalities from right-leaning Fox News.

“Tomi Lahren run her mouth and then she get defensive,” he said. “Laura Ingraham laughin’ at death and disrespectin’.”

He then said God should teach them a lesson.

“I really feel like you should teach them stupid hoes a lesson. Either that or give us back somebody who deserve the blessings,” he said.

Lahren responded on Twitter, writing: “Truly disgusting. You don’t have to like me or respect me but this is too far. This isn’t ‘art’ it’s sick.”

Ingraham hasn’t responded as of yet.

Other rappers have called for the death of Trump, including Snoop Dogg, who recently declared himself to be a fan of the openly anti-Semitic Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam, who has called Jews “termites.”

In an image titled “Make America Crip Again,” referring to the violent gang, that Snoop Dog posted to Instagram in 2017, he was pictured next to a body that is covered by an American flag. Attached to the toe of the body was an identification tag that said “Trump.”

Snoop Dogg released a music video earlier in 2017 in which he shot an actor portraying Trump in the head.

Trump responded to the video, writing on Twitter: “Can you imagine what the outcry would be if @SnoopDogg, failing career and all, had aimed and fired the gun at President Obama? Jail time!”

Yet another rapper threatened the Trump family around the same time. Bow Wow said that he would “pimp” Trump’s wife, First Lady Melania Trump, and “make her work for us,” reported the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Many of the rapper’s followers told him he’d taken things too far and he eventually deleted the missive.

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