Rick Ross just dropped a new album and on one track, called Free Enterprise, in which the rapper literally declares he wants to assassinate Donald Trump.
“Assassinate Trump like I’m] Zimmerman, now accept these words as they came from Eminem,” the song goes.
Zimmerman is an allusion to George Zimmerman, a Florida man who killed a black teenager, Trayvon Martin.
The song features singer John Legend, who had a public dispute with Trump on Twitter in November.
It will be interesting to see what legal action – if any – results from the song. Rick Ross will claim his song is protected free speech, but courts in the past have ruled that a “call to violent action” is not protected by the First Amendment.
Leftists on social media also called for Trump to be killed after he proposed a moratorium on Muslim immigrants until they can be vetted.
Secret Service agents, assigned to protect Trump since Nov. 11, may be working overtime in light of the innumerable death threats against the billionaire.
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