Already in talks for The Apprentice: White House, America’s reality show president is now encouraging his loyal followers to participate in the #MAGACHALLENGE.
The challenge was initially launched back in September by a pro-Trump rapper named Bryson Gray, who encouraged fellow MAGA thumpers to post rap videos in dedication to their supreme leader. “I want y’all to your own rap to it too then tag me!” Gray tweeted. “Lets make liberals cry!”
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On Friday, Trump amplified the challenge by announcing that he’d be inviting the winners to perform at the White House.
As one might expect, the resulting videos are proving to be peak cringe. (Note: We’re still waiting for Kanye’s entry.)
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 8, 2019
— Jesus Christ (@CuckForYourSins) November 8, 2019
Please accept my #MAGACHALLENGE submission.
I’ve lost over 70K followers since coming out with this song but GAINED support from true friends and true patriots.
Please RT! pic.twitter.com/Vpgjfq4F4p
— James McCoy Taylor (@james_mccoy_t) November 8, 2019
— Angela Stanton-King (@theangiestanton) November 8, 2019
— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 8, 2019
— DC Capital (@DCtheCapital) November 8, 2019
— Official DVS 7.0 (@dvs7_0) September 24, 2019
It's time… #MagasGonnaGetcha!
As an Old School Head I wanted to represent one of my favorite artists, KRS-One. No matter his political views, I still respect his lyricism.https://t.co/xHY8OxmApl#magahiphop #magamusic #magachallenge #magaremix#magaoldschoolremix #maga #kag pic.twitter.com/5PlViu5NIe
— Chandler Crump (@realCCrump) September 27, 2019
— Dick Kenmore (@DickKenmore) November 8, 2019
But here’s my personal favorite:
— ellie poole (@redpepperjellie) November 8, 2019
On a related note, Donald Trump’s Twitter follower count currently stands at 66.6 million. That can’t be coincidental.