Quantcast
A Donald Trump Party Was Too Wild For Even 2 Live Crew's Uncle Luke

A Donald Trump Party Was Too Wild For Even 2 Live Crew's Uncle Luke

A Donald Trump Party Was Too Wild For Even 2 Live Crew's Uncle Luke

2 Live Crew‘s very own Uncle Luke called in Bay Area radio morning show Kevin Klein Live, to talk about Donald Trump and, well, it’s pretty telling.

Over the phone the Miami rapper recalled being invited to a party at Trump’s West Palm Beach mansion, and being so appalled by the behavior there, that he had to leave.

“Me, Mike Tyson and Eddie Murphy, we were invited to his mansion in West Palm Beach one time. And he had all these women running around. It was so much going on to the point that I couldn’t take what was going in that room and I left.”

Luke would not say exactly what occurred at the mansion, only offering “It was some wild things going on. It was some things I can’t even say over this radio.”

Prior to this Luke had voiced his displeasure with Trump and holding the Republican party to task for its hypocrisy, after audio surfaced of the Republican presidential nominee saying sexist remarks earlier this week.

“Isn’t this the party that came after me,” Luke begins in a video posted on Instagram. “The right wing conservative Republican party that said, ‘We don’t wanna hear no, ‘I want some…’ We don’t wanna hear no, ‘Face down…’ We don’t wanna hear no, ‘Pop that…’ I spent millions and millions of dollars dealing with this Republican party, and now your nominee is out there talking about ‘Grab her by the coochie’? Are you serious? I want all my money back.”

The leaked video of Trump’s 2005 controversial comments, have led to an outpouring of women coming forward and claiming that they had been harassed or touched inappropriately by Trump.

Listen to Luke talk about the party below, as well as view his Instagram post on Trump and the Republican party, below.

This is what I have to say about Mr. Trump grab the coochie comments

A video posted by LUTHER CAMPBELL (@unclelukereal1) on


Our Newsletter

Follow us on Social Media