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Michael Rapaport stops by The Cruz Show at the Power 106 Perrier® & Juice Studio and talks about his surprising appearance on ‘The Guest Book,’ Kanye West’s White House visit and his ‘Ye’ album being trash, and comments on Tekashi 6ix9ine being “The King of New York.”
The veteran actor, comedian, and now infamous Instagram commentator, had some major things to get off of his chest when it comes to controversial topics that we are currently facing and being subjected to in the media. With the General Election quickly approaching, Rapaport didn’t waste any time to put the younger generation, and those complaining about the political woes, on blast saying, “If you don’t vote, there’s no rallies, there’s no hashtag, there’s no Tweeting, there’s no Instagram, if you do don’t vote, shut the f*ck up!”
While Rapaport is a huge hip-hop fan, ‘The Guest Book’ actor goes on to air out the drama surrounding Kanye West and his impact on today’s culture. Rapaport comments on Kanye’s White House visit where he met with Trump back in October, as well as speaking on the importance of mental health, and where West stands with many of his fans.
He’s not a politician, he’s not a self-help guru, like, we like Kanye West for his music. The music has stopped, it’s gotten off track. So, at the end of the day, now it’s just like a dude that’s just like talking. What he says, what he doesn’t say, I could give two sh*ts!
Rapaport continues calling out West saying, ”Where the bangers at? Where the smackers at? Where’s the music at? That’s what you are good at and I don’t f*ck with your clothes…I need the music.”
Rapaport also talks rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine and makes a bet with the morning show.
Watch the full interview below: