Hollywood’s forces of good and evil collided over the past two days, as Star Wars actor Mark Hamill slammed Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner and one of their children, while rapper Kanye West released a pro-Christian album.
West slammed social media on his new album called “Jesus is King,” which is still unreleased. He advised kids to “‘Put the gram away’ in reference to social media platform Instagram in his song Closed On Sunday,” according to Mirror.
He also said Los Angeles is “lettin’ Satan run they streets” in a song called “LA Monster.”
“Fans will hear Kanye recycle lyrics from religious texts in the upcoming album, the publication added,” Mirror said.
West shocked the entertainment world when be bucked Hollywood’s leftist paradigm by announcing his support for President Donald J. Trump. He met Trump in the Oval Office last October, where the pair had a wide ranging discussion and West donned a red MAGA hat.
“People expect that if you’re black you have to be Democrat,” he said, adding later that “[Trump] might not have expected to have a crazy motherfucker like Kanye West run up and support.”
West also reportedly surprised his fans with his pro-Christian album, which has been described as “Gospel,” though it is unclear if that is the genre in which the album will be classified.
Over on Hollywood’s dark side, Hamill, the Star Wars actor who played Luke Skywalker, attacked Trump’s grandson after Ivanka posted a photo of him in a Star Wars costume on Twitter.
“The Force is strong in my family,” the original Tweet said.
“You misspelled ‘Fraud,’” Hamill said in reply, adding what he thought was the clever hashtag #GoForceYourself.
Apparently, the Trump family is not allowed to like Star Wars because some of its washed up actors don’t share the same politics as the president.
Hamill’s Tweet was met with skepticism from many Twitter users.
“Too bad you have all turned to the dark side,” one person said, referencing Hollywood.
“Dude it’s a child,” said another.
“Attacking young Star Wars fans is a dick move,” said a third.
Hamill bought into the bogus Russian “collusion” hoax, and is a self-described Trump hater. As with Star Wars, hating Trump is basically an act in itself. Hollywood plays the role of GOP haters, and anyone who steps outside that role does not get to work in that town – hence the scrutiny faced by West.
“Putin Elected Trump,” Hamill said in 2017.
“No we hate Trump BECAUSE we love America,” he said in February, quoting a Tweet from Donald Trump Jr.
In reality, they hate Trump because that’s what they have to do to get paid, not because they are brave, patriotic, souls. The proof of that fact lies in Hollywood’s past treatment of Trump. They loved him before he ran for president and handily beat the Democrats. He even has a star on their precious Walk of Fame.
The routine is tiresome, but as West has proven, there are still some in Hollywood who are not mindless drones.