Irv Gotti Claims Trump & Racists Want Their White Women Back
As Charlottesville became the new epicenter of racism and bigotry in the United States this past weekend, many searched for solutions and ways to explain the horrific displays of violence and hate. While Trump seemed to be at a loss for words, Irv Gotti offered his take on the current racial tensions, attributing its downward spiral to the Kardashian and Jenner family. According to the rapper, the family's – namely Kylie Jenner – alliance with hip-hop culture and their influence on a majority of today's youth is triggering old, racist white men.
In a rather lengthy post on Instagram, which has now been deleted, Irv Gotti spelled out exactly what he meant. He suggested Kylie's fondness for dating rappers like Tyga and Travis Scott is fueling a lot of the hatred we see in the news. "Bruce Jenner and Kris Jenner’s daughter. Arguably the HOTTEST CHICK ON THE PLANET!! Dated Tyga!! Now dating Travis Scott!! 2 RAP N****S!! I think when Trump says. LETS MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN. I think he is saying LETS GET OUR WOMEN BACK," Irv exclaimed in the message. "Cause the Hip Hop Culture has fu**ed up the whole sh*t. F**k it. I’m gonna say it. THE KARDASHIAN CLAN AND THE TWO JENNER DAUGHTERS. Has f***ed up the whole world."
The rapper says people shouldn't take his comments as shade though; Gotti has an affinity for Kylie and her sisters, as well as an admiration for Kris Jenner's management skills. Even so, he suggests white men and their families cannot stand the idea of their 15-year-old daughters following in their footsteps to date black men and align themselves with hip-hop. "Please anyone. This isn’t a message bashing the Kardashians Or Kylie and Kendall. They are dope to me," Gotti continued. "They are a part of this thing called Hip Hop CULTURE. So I love them and their success. Kris Jenner is a f**king Genius to me. I’m just stating what Racist Old White Men are mad about. It’s crystal clear."
While the Kardashian/Jenners undoubtedly have a mega influence on the younger generation and have successfully infiltrated the culture within the last couple of years, it's really hard to pinpoint them as catalysts of racism. Contrary to Gotti's comments, racism has been thriving far before the Kardashians eyed their first cute black guy or got their first set of cornrows. And the terrorist events that erupted in Charlottesville were simply a result of white supremacy rearing its ugly head.
Check out Irv Gotti's full message below.