Donald Glover, or Childish Gambino, just released a new video for his latest track, “Feels Like Summer,” where he included a number of animated celebrity cameos, many of which made it to the top of the news media over the last four months.
In the music video, the 34-year-old singer walks around a neighborhood while listening to an iPhone, watching all of the different rap stars and celebrities.
In one part, Kanye West can be seen wearing a red “Make America Great Again,” hat and is crying while a woman consoles him. In fact, the woman is Michelle Obama, who then wraps her arms around and hugs him.
Following her embrace, West becomes instantly happier and more relaxed. As it was previously reported, Kanye West, probably in an attempt to self-promote his latest record, proclaimed his love for Donald Trump and said slavery “was a choice.”
The rapper said that “slavery for 400 hundred years” sounds more like a choice, insinuating that African-Americans have problems in how they think and behave, rather than the common argument, which is that they face systematic discrimination.
During a chat with 107.5 WGCI Chicago earlier in the week, the rapper said: “I don’t know If I properly apologized for how the slavery comment made people feel.”
The rapper said he was sorry for both: the MAGA-hat, as well as the slavery comment coupled together – which made the situation infinitely worse.
Additionally, Childish Gambino’s video referenced the comments made by Nicki Minaj earlier in the month after she expressed her frustration for not making it to #1, blaming Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner in the process.
Also, it points to the feud between Pusha T and Drake and features cameos from all kinds of people, including Eminem, The Weeknd, Lil’ Yachty, Azealia Banks, Will Smith, and Beyonce.
Donald hasn’t spoken out publicly about the video yet, but he praised its creator, Justin Richburg, who designed nearly all of the characters. This is the third single release by the rapper, following “Summertime Magic” and “This Is America,” which became a meme shortly after its release due to its captivating music video.