The Grammys Turned Into Anti-Trump Event (videos)

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At the 59th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night, Hollywood’s top elite turned the ceremony into a complete anti-President Trump agenda.

Celebrities such as James Corden, Katy Perry, Jennifer Lopez, Busta Rhymes and more brought up topics about Trump and politics during multiple performances and speeches.

For example, Corden, host of “The Late Late Show,” slammed Trump in a mini rap performance for the audience.

“…With President Trump we don’t know what comes next,” Corden exclaimed. “We can survive by sticking together.”

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Singer Jennifer Lopez then also took a subtle jab at Trump during her speech: “At this particular point in history, our voices are needed more than ever.”

In a performance by Katy Perry, the controversial singer wore an armband labeled “persist” as she sang “Chained to the Rhythm” with a “We the people” banner glaring behind her.

Paralleling Perry’s “persist” message was the rap ensemble A Tribe Called Quest’s “resist” message. The musical group delivered a highly political performance along with rapper Busta Rhymes, who continuously called President Trump “President Agent Orange.”

Rhymes and the group then criticized Trump’s recent executive order limiting immigration flow, which they incorrectly called a “Muslim ban.”

Below are videos of anti-Trump moments:

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