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Add Will Smith‘s name to the growing list of emcees deciding not supporting the 2016 Republican nominee for President.

Lately the chorus of voices expressing their distaste for Donald Trump as the Republican presidential nominee seems to get louder and louder.

In the past few days, Donald Glover (A.K.A. Childish Gambino) and Anderson Paak have all commented on Donald Trump, whether directly or indirectly. They join other artists like YG, The Weeknd, Nas, and T.I., who have been vocally against Trump’s run to the White House.

Will Smith is the latest emcee to express his thoughts about Trump in a recent press conference for the movie Suicide Squad.

There have been champions from the Hip Hop communityfor Donald Trump’s run for President. Atlanta emcee Young Dro has backed Trump’s candidacy.



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