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Why Are Black Celebs Lining Up to Meet With Trump?

Why Are Black Celebs Lining Up to Meet With Trump?


by G. Brown

It always starts as a trickle and next thing you know Black celebs will be flooding the entrance to Trump tower to kiss the ring of the president elect.  TRN told you yesterday in our story “Rick Ross Says Yeezy, Played Y’all Ni***s as Kanye Meets with Trump”  about Kanye West flying to NY to meet with Trump in a move that pretty much stumped everybody—especially since West was just released from a psychiatric unit about two weeks ago and still managed to get security clearance.

download-5The pair met for about 15 minutes and both tried to be evasive when asked by reporters what the meeting was about, but they certainly didn’t dodge the cameras striking several poses that included a quasi hug and a pretty ostentatious handshake.

Later, Kanye tweeted that he met with Trump to discuss “multicultural issues“. Kanye went on to elaborate saying “These issues included bullying, supporting teachers, modernizing curriculums, and violence in Chicago. I feel it is important to have a direct line of communication with our future President if we truly want change.”  Ok…we’ll come back to that statement in a moment.

Tuesday must have been ‘bring Black celebs  to work day’ because Trump also met with former actor 1213-jim-brown-kellyanne-conway-twitter-4and NFL legend Jim Brown who says they also wanted to discuss issues facing the African-American community.  Brown also said of Trump, “When he goes through what he went through to become the president, he got my admiration…No one gave him a chance.”  The 1971 Pro Football Hall of Famer and eight-time NFL rushing lead also took the time to gush and fawn over Trump more saying, “The three greatest people in my life were white, OK. My high school coach, my high school superintendent and my mentor…When I come out of the box, I don’t come out of the box as racial. I look for good people and people that will be like-minded and help me try to do good for other human beings.”

Ok, let’s address the madness right here.  In recent years, Brown has also proudly worn the title of activist as someone focused on helping minorities and inner cities through his Amer-I-Can program.  So, how does an activist who claims to be fighting for minorities line up with the man who ran his campaign on racial hatred and calls to divide the races?  The ‘three greatest people in his life were white’? Guess those two Black people who birthed you weren’t in the running and a man you just met once and for a few minutes is now the fourth greatest person in your life.  Brown sounds a lot like an uncle Tom who is happy to kiss the master’s ring because he met with you for however many minutes and gave lip service that was enough to satisfy you.  All those minorities Brown wants to help will be the ones hurt when Trump and his cabinet of top 1-percenters pass laws to help the rich and forget about the poor.  Programs like medicaid, social security and health care are already being bandied about like political footballs–so maybe Brown is qualified to speak on behalf of Blacks since he recognizes a football.

And since we’re on the topic of speaking out for Blacks, who died and gave Kanye the right to think he even knows the problems Blacks are facing.  Marrying a White woman and having bi-racial babies doesn’t qualify you as an expert on  “multicultural issues”.   Kanye’s primary motives may not have been to address  issues as much as it was about his political aspirations since the rapper tagged all his tweets after the Trump tête-à-tête with #2024 implying that he still plans to run for the oval office himself.

Others in the meeting mix on Tuesday included Omarosa and another former pro baller Ray Lewis.  Someone who apparently is campaigning for the next “bring your Black friends to work day” is John Salley who called Kanye “Brilliant” for meeting with Trump.  Salley told TMZ Sports, “Ye to get the ear of  the Prez on social issues”.

But did any of them actually get the ear of Trump?  His cabinet and administration posts still look pretty much like a typical day at one of his golf courses…complete with a Black here or there to give the impression that he’s progressive.

Or maybe Trump is hauling out the Black celebs to draw attention away from the negative publicity of CIA reports of Russians hacking the election in his favor or news that judges are blocking efforts in states like Michigan and Wisconsin  where they’ve discovered voting anomalies.  But most of the public didn’t hear about that from the mainstream media because they were blinded by the dog and pony show of “Oooooh look-Trump and  Kanye!’ Trump meets with three or four Blacks and millions more are supposed to believe he’s looking out for them?

What do you think…is Trump meeting with Blacks to truly help the community? Or is this all just a sideshow to keep America from looking at the real issues?


  1. We have to be careful we don’t fall into any traps and allow ourselves to be used in anyway. Kanye is another story all together. But Jim Brown? WTF? If anyone thinks they can teaching old dog new tricks, good luck. I am still disappointed in Ben Carson. He lost his way. People will remember you based on your outrageous behavior but that is what is the most uninspiring!

  2. Let me remind us as once enslaved AmeriKKKanized KneeGrowpeans that we are the only people with no political/cultural connection to our ancestral homelands and that’s a fact !!! Instead we have been brainwashed , acculturated , and subordinated to the KraKKKerkasian men-stealing white western civilization of Christendom !! So Amarosa Manigault is sent by Trumpstopo KraKKKerkasian -Elect to snare KneeGrowpeans for a KoonKKKasian photo-op at Boss Man house with Miss Pink Toe Conway standing in the background with a : ‘ I caught a Koon ( KKKasian ) smile on her face !!! Don’t deceived Fam , AmeriKKKa has a day of reckoning coming soon and this election of Trumpstopo is simply a watershed event for this Eight Beast of Revelation !!!!!!!

    1. @Dr_H Hi Dr_H You’re right…if people don’t see the age we’re living in, time to dust off that Bible and read up on Revelation. Check out how the Pope and the Catholic Church is so liberal now that they are switching up their position on issues like birth control and even abortion. Sure it’s realism, but look at the timing of everything. Thanks for joining the convo Dr_H.

  3. When rich white people offer us millions of dollars in exchange for committing treason against our own people, a large number of us make the deal. Black people making deals with devils like Donald Trump is like fish in the ocean swallowing the bait but failing to see the hook. Omarosa, Jim Brown, Ray Lewis and several other black celebrities are currently enjoying the sweet taste of the bait. In due time, black celebrities who make deals with those devils will feel the painful sting of the hook. Anybody who disagrees with me, ask OJ; he is currently locked up in Lovelock State Prison!

    1. Of all the black people I thought would never sell out it was Jim Brown. This is a very sad day for black Amerikkka. I said it before and I will say it again, we have got to stop worshiping and admiring black celebrities. Black hollywood stars are not our friends, they are real life sambos (Read the book Uncle Tom’s Cabin).

    2. @NBA is fixed Hi NBA “…committing treason against our own people.” Wow. Check out Prof Griff’s …convo on this topic of Kanye/Trump. He says some Blacks who think money makes them better than the average Black person doesn’t see it as treason because they don’t relate–like we saw with Lil’ Wayne. So if they don’t relate to the average Black person, then who are Kanye and Brown speaking up for? Thanks NBA always a pleasure to read your comments.

    1. @Betty Hi Betty, You hit a key point–“Kanye got played by Trump”…Trump used him to make other Blacks think ‘wow, Trump really cares about Black people because he met with Kanye’. But those who see the truth like you and most of our supporters know what’s up. Thanks so much for sharing your comments Betty. Take care

  4. The #IDIOTINCHARGE knows how to play people. President Obama called him a carnival barker, and that he is. Juggle the right fools to create a distraction and all will be forgotten. Most blacks like to be led. We’re to weak minded to lead that’s why we’re in some of the situations we’re in right now.

    1. @ericaf Hi Ericaf. Your words are harsh, but still very true. So many people have been angered by Kanye, Brown and Lewis’ bowing to Trump, let’s hope that more people are waking up to see the truth and stop pandering to who they believe has the power. We the people are the power. Thanks so much for taking the time to not only read, but to share your opinion. Greatly appreciate you.

  5. Bring a nigger to work day priceless. Lol . Those fools didnt talk racial issues with an avowed white supremacist . Those fools talked about how the wanted to work in massa house. COONS .

      1. @Carol Hi Carol I see your point of view on the use of the “N-word”. Please know, while “The Reel Network” refrains in publishing the word in our blogs and articles, in this comment section, we allow supporters and readers to express their opinion without fear of being censored. Sometimes when we identify trolls seeking to be incendiary, derogatory or insulting to any race or gender, we reserve the right and recognize the responsibility of removing such comments. We try to live by the principle that everyone has the right to his or her opinion whether we agree or not. Hopefully, you understand not only our position, but the spirit of intention of welcoming all and listening to what everyone has to say. I’m sorry for your offense by a comment written here, but I see you did speak directly to the poster, so let’s hope we’ll all be more cognizant that others are reading what we write. Thanks so much for speaking up Carol…your point of view is appreciated.

    1. @Anthony Allen Hi Anthony…Does anyone really believe most of these people are meeting with Trump out of concern for the Black community? With the exception of Jim Brown—who else has done or is doing anything to help said “Black community” now? Thanks for supporting TRN not only as a reader but always willing to share your point of view.


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