Atlanta actor, rapper and social commentator T.I. struck a chord of indignation in a video he posted addressing the recent meetings between president-elect Donald Trump and Kanye West, Steve Harvey and Martin Luther King III.
"Kanye, what the (bleep) you doing? Steve, man you know way better than this... Martin Luther King, man it's your (bleep-bleep) daddy's birthday, bro."
T.I. prefaced his remarks with a caveat: "This may sound a bit more critical," then noted, "There's nothing wrong with sitting down across from anybody, no matter how different your views may be from theirs or how different your backgrounds may be, as long as they give the basic human decency of respecting your values, respecting your ancestors' legacies and not representing hate groups that are adamantly against your advancement and progression as a people."
Then he went in on the guys who met with Trump. You can see his remarks here.
He went on to share a few more thoughts:
has published an open letter to Donald Trump days ahead of his inauguration.