Rapper Logic Protests Trump With ‘F**k The Wall’ Shirt And Immigrant Backup Dancers At VMAs

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Jena Greene Reporter
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Rapper Logic got political during Monday night’s Video Music Awards.

The “1-800-273-8255” rapper and suicide prevention advocate performed one of his most popular songs last night featuring backup dancers from immigrant families, as well as members of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, the United We Dream group and the Make the Road New York group.

The dancers wore graphic t-shirts that read, “We are all human beings.” Logic wore a black t-shirt with an even bolder message which read, “F**k the wall.”

Logic — real name Sir Robert Bryson Hall II — is known to use awards ceremonies as a platform to criticize President Trump. At the 2018 Grammy Awards, Logic addressed Trump’s alleged “sh*thole” comments.

“To all the beautiful countries filled with culture, diversity and thousands of years of history, you are not a shithole. You are beautiful,” he said during a performance.

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