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The Audacity: Killer Mike Compares Himself To MLK After Meeting With Republican Governor Brian Kemp Resurfaces

Rapper and social activist Killer Mike proudly tiptoes on the line of being politically correct. Although this time, he might have jumped well over the line of delusion. Mike, legally known as Michael Santiago Rendor, has been active on the campaign trail during the Georgia primaries by sharing his view of each candidate.

In a recent episode of Comedy Central’s Hell of a Week with Charlamagne Tha God, Mike ran down his thoughts on each candidate, Democrat Stacey Abrams, and current governor, Republican Brian Kemp.

He began with criticism of the Democratic party’s inability to come through on past promises to the Black citizens of Georgia. He continued to call some of their tactics condescending, including implementing the voting theme, “No Voting, No F****g.”

Blavity reported that the catchy jingle featuring Trina and Saucy Santana was made to get Generation Z excited about voting. The single is included in several voting initiatives led by BLK Dating App.

Mike continued to harp on what’s not working for the Democrats and touched on Abram’s campaign. His advice was, “whatever white person you got running your black outreach, fire them.” The “Go Out On The Town” rapper reprimanded Abrams for her lack of “Black community involvement” and “unclear stance on the legalization of marijuana.”

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