Busta Rhymes had some choice words for President Donald Trump during the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday night.
The rapper was performing with A Tribe Called Quest during the ceremony when he took a moment to call out the president for his "unsuccessful attempt at the Muslim ban."
"I just want to thank President Agent Orange for perpetuating all of the evil that you've bee perpetuating throughout the United States," he said sarcastically. "I want to thank President Agent Orange for your unsuccessful attempt at the Muslim ban."
— Variety (@Variety) February 13, 2017
"We come together," he proclaimed. "We the people!"
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The fierce moment echoed moves made by other stars at the 49th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, like Katy Perry who had the words "we the people" projected onto a screen behind her at the end of her performance.
Rhymes' performance with A Tribe Called Quest got the crowd on its feet and received a massive standing ovation.
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