Don’t ask Jay Z about Donald Trump when he’s busy promoting his projects.
Jay Z has a new documentary out about Kalief Browder so he refused to answer any questions about Donald Trump.
On Wednesday night (Jan. 25), Jay Z attended the Sundance Film Festival in Utah in support of his new docu-series, Spike TV’s TIME: The Kalief Browder Story. During his Q&A session with the media, he shunned a reporter who asked about President Donald Trump.
“Not gonna answer that,” said Jay Z when asked about his thoughts on the 45th POTUS. Quickly after he deflected the question, TIME executive producer, Harry Weinstein, intervened and ended the session.
Last November, Jay Z and his wife Beyonce publicly supported Hillary Clinton. In support of the Democratic nominee, he held a concert in Cleveland days before the election. The show featured performances from Jay Z, Beyonce, Big Sean, and Chance The Rapper. After the show, Trump blasted the Brooklyn rapper at a Pennsylvania rally for using profanity during his performance.
By: Samuel Nyarko