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Last Friday, rapper T.I. teased his upcoming album on Twitter with a short video. But instead of just promoting his new music, T.I. also decided to take that chance to send a "subtle" message to President Trump.
T.I.'s short video featured a Melania Trump look-alike stripping for the rapper in a room set up to look like the Oval Office.
Hinting at Trump's White House meeting with Kanye the day before, T.I. tweeted the video with the caption: “Dear 45, I ain’t Kanye.”
In response, Stephanie Grisham, the White House Director of Communications for Melania Trump, tweeted suggesting a boycott of the rapper's music.
Read all about it on Slate.com.