T.I. Fears That There Is No Hope For President Donald Trump's Biggest Fan, Candace Owens, For These Reasons
Rapper T.I. is never afraid to speak his mind no matter the topic. Recently, the famous MC from Atlanta decided to share his thoughts on Candace Owens.
Owens is a die-hard President Donald Trump supporter who spends her time bashing black people and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Owens recently made some rather disturbing comments about George Floyd. Tiny Harris's husband appeared on Nick Cannon's Power 106 radio show, where he made it clear that there is no hope for Owens.
T.I. stated: "We don't all have the same views. We don't all have the same opinions on how to move forward on what's going to get us to our goal. But we all have the same fight. We're all on the same journey. We can't afford to lose people necessarily. We don't get those kinds of numbers ... We need a rehabilitative approach."
The MC went on to say: "We can have an intelligent discussion. You can either change my mind. I can change your mind. But we still moved forward. I don't think to drop each other off is the answer all the time."
T.I. then claimed: "Some severe cases, like Candace Owens, she got to go. She can't come. She can't come! I think she a paid plant. Somebody paid her to come out here against speak out against what the majority of us is standing for. She isn't a double agent, and she's their agent. You've never seen her--you mean to tell me there's no injustice against people of color you've ever seen!?"
The movie star also shared a theory as to what happened to the conservative mouthpiece: "When this young lady was in college, something happened to her, an attack. She called out to the community, and she got justice in her case. Ever since then, she seems to have forgotten that she's black. She has turned in her black card and crossed over."
T.I.P. also slammed Terry Crews, who recently stoked controversy and anger with a wild tweet that focused on Black supremacy.
The actor stated: "He's trying to instruct the community to not be so harsh as it pertains to dealing with white supremacy. We can't have Black supremacy because we don't have the tools to oppress."
It would be interesting to see if T.I. holds Kanye West to the same standards since he shares similar views as a MAGA supporter.