Barbra Streisand’s opposition to President Donald Trump is giving her something to sing about.
By Adam Wears Published: September 18th, 2018
Hip-Hop’s influence continues to show throughout the country’s most critical social and political moments. Ludacris‘ rowdy 2001 hit “Move B*tch” was recently used as a protest chant against Donald Trump.
Close to 2,000 people marched from Downtown Atlanta to the gravesite of Martin Luther King Jr. to protest the recent racist brutality in Charlottesville, VA.
The peaceful rally drew individuals of all backgrounds looking to voice their stance against hate. During a portion of the walk, President Donald Trump became the clear target as protesters incorporated his name to the theme of “Move B*tch.”
“Move Trump, get out the way, get out the way” became the chant of the crowd over the booming instrumental. This moment caught the attention of Luda himself who later shared footage of the rally on his Instagram saying “#MoveTrump ✊🏾”.
Hopefully there isn’t an answer record from the POTUS in the works.
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