November 21, 2016
A Negro and a haji. This is the new America. Except, not anymore.
The AMAs last were all about Trump.
People be butthurt af.
The show started with faggoty anti-Trump and anti-Slav performance from the show’s two hosts.
The hosts of the 2016 American Music Awards, Gigi Hadid and Jay Pharoah, used their joint opening monologue to rib President-elect Donald Trump and incoming first lady Melania Trump.
Hadid tried to embody Melania Trump, saying that she had been working on the impression “all week.” The supermodel puckered her lips, saying: “I gotta get the face right.”
“I love my husband…,” Hadid, 21, started in a thick accent.
She then deadpanned, “President Barack Obama and our children Sasha and Malia.”
Hadid was perhaps referring to the fact that portions of Melania Trump’s Republican National Convention speech, given back in July, bore striking similarities to first lady Michelle Obama’s speech to the Democratic National Convention eight years ago.
Next up, comedian Pharoah, who is known for his spot-on impersonations, pretended to be Donald Trump.
The former “Saturday Night Live” star began talking about AMA performer Bruno Mars in Donald Trump’s accent.
“I love ‘Uptown Funk.’ It was all totally about me,” Pharaoh said. “It was originally called ‘Uptown Trump.’ I’m gonna funk this country up bigly.”
Wow so hilarious.
To be fair, the media is attacking Gigi her for anti-Slav racism.
Which is sort of funny, I guess. Funnier than her impression.
And yes, she is a haji. Or, her father is. Palestinian. Her mother is Dutch.
She is presumably cruising for an honor killing by one of her relatives for being such a filthy whore.
We’re going to make her wear this outfit when we drop her off in her homeland.
You can hit her up on Twitter, let her know what you thought of the impression.
Later on in the show, the washed-up losers of the band “Green Day” (who most of our audience probably isn’t familiar with, as you pretty much have to be 30+ to remember them) attacked Trump in a song, shouting for an end to fascism and the KKK.
Sneering and snarling through “Bang Bang” — Green Day’s Revolution Radio track inspired by the rise in gun violence in the U.S. ,and told from the point of view of a mass shooter — frontman Billie Joe Armstrong broke from the script to chant, “No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA!” with his fist in the air. It was a rare moment of danger and rebellion on a show that otherwise categorized twenty one pilots as “Alternative Rock,” and judging by the standing ovation the group received, most of the audience in Los Angeles’s Microsoft Theater agreed with Green Day’s rabble-rousing sentiment.
Armstrong has never been shy about expressing his disdain for President-elect Donald Trump. In an August interview with Kerrang, he compared Trump to Hitler, and last week in an interview with Noisey, he said, “Hillary lost and it’s over. As far as I’m concerned it was fair and square. But I look at the kind of campaign that [Trump] ran and we’re already seeing the fallout from it. People are saying ‘make America white again’ and putting up swastikas. The KKK and other white supremacist organizations have been emboldened by it. The Republican party is like a big house. There’s the fiscal conservatives, the Christian right, and they left a little bedroom in there for the white supremacists… But they’re like rats, and now the rats have taken over the f—ing house.”
Yes, my gay little friend.
The house is ours now.
Clearly, all of the people involved in this show, as well as everyone who attended, need to be rounded up and interned in camps without charge for attempting to undermine America.