Kamala Harris must have had Joe Biden screaming “You Ain’t Black’ from his Delaware basement after the Democrats VP nominee called Tupac Shakur the “best rapper alive”.
While Kamala Harris was pandering to the NAACP during a virtual interview on Friday, CNN commentator Angela Rye asked the mental midget “Best rapper alive?”.
For which Harris quickly screeched “Tupac”.
A stunned Rye then had to remind the dimwitted Democrat that the West Coast icon had been gunned down in 1996.
After letting out a Joe Biden-like ‘I’m an embarrassment’ cackle, Harris added “Not alive, I know, I keep doing that,”
Best Rapper Alive? Umm, No, It’s Not Tupac, Kamala!
On the night of September 7, 1996, at 11.15 pm, Tupac Shakur was gunned down in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas as he headed to a gig at Club 662.
As Tupac was sitting in the front passenger of his black BMW, which was being driven at the time by Death Row Records boss Suge Knight.
A white Cadillac pulled up on the right-hand side of the car when a still-unknown assailant opened fired hitting 2Pac four times – in the chest, arm, and thigh.
Despite, the rapper dying of his wounds six days later at the age of 25.
To this day, a small group Tupac’s more delusional fan base still clings to the baseless conspiracy theory that 2Pac faked his assassination in order to escape the East Coast-West Coast hip-hop war.
To which Rye appeared to jokingly referenced when she responded to Kamala Harris idiocy about Tupac being alive: “Listen, West Coast girls think Tupac lives on; I’m with you,” she laughed.
But Kamala Harris really showed she’s nothing but a pandering pinhead when she struggled mightily to come up with a name of a rapper who was actually alive this time.
To the shock of many, including myself, Kamala Harris didn’t say ‘Biggie’ as her follow-up answer, since ‘The Notorious B.I.G.‘ is as dead as Shakur.
While not elaborating further on what she meant with her “should stay in their lane,” idiocy, Harris ultimately gave up on trying to give an intelligent answer, when she finally responded:
“Umm, there’s so many, you know?”
“There’s some I would not mention right now because they should stay in their lane,”
Rye, almost apologetically told Harris “That was not supposed to be a stumper.”
Of course, Rye had nothing to apologize for, because no actual fan of rap would have been stumped by such a softball question.