Rappers Nikki Minaj and Chief Keef are white supremacists, says Hillary Clinton’s campaign website.
On Monday, HillaryClinton.com put up a page “Donald Trump, Pepe the frog, and white supremacists: an explainer” in which it explained the “Pepe” meme, which has been increasingly shared by Donald Trump supporters.
Clinton’s site points to a recent Instagram post from Donald Trump Jr., in which there is “a frog standing directly behind Trump?”
“That’s Pepe,” the site explains. “He’s a symbol associated with white supremacy.”
“Wait. Really? White supremacy? That’s right.”
Based on that logic, Nikki Minaj and Chief Keef might want to check their white privilege.
Minaj posted an image of the alleged-white supremacist frog on all fours, bearing Minaj’s own trademark backside.
The post was captioned with 33 “crying-laughing” emojis and received 282,000 likes.
Chief Keef’s post was used in a similar manner.
“Bro these niggas dumb as hell,” he captioned a photo-shopped meme of Pepe flying bomber plane.
That earned him 22,900 likes.
Clinton’s website notes that though it’s definitely 100 percent racist and scary today, the Pepe mem used to be enjoyed by teenagers and pop stars alike.
Which would explain un-official campaign songbird Katy Perry’s use back in 2014.
Australian jet lag got me like pic.twitter.com/kriAAd6mZe
— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) November 8, 2014
Shortly after Clinton posted its Pepe explainer, Reddit users made fun of the move as “both fucking hilarious and sad.”