(AllHipHop News) Kamala Harris may have played herself again in an interview during the NAACP’s virtual convention Friday, to connect with the Hip-Hop community.
The Howard grad and Alpha chapter made AKA was asked who was her favorite rapper alive was and she answered, “Tupac.”
Tupac Shakur, though he is a favorite of many, transitioned almost 24 years ago, on September 13th, 1996.
When the reporter, CNN commentator Angela Rye noted Tupac has already passed, Kamala admitted to the mess up: “I keep doing that,” she laughed.
Trying to help, Rye said, “Listen, West Coast girls believe that Tupac lives on. So I am with you.”
The Democratic nominee for Vice President said, “There are so many. There are some that I would not mention right now … because they should stay in their lane.”
But stopped short of telling us and commanded to “keep it moving.” Mala…. You have to tell us who they are … who she thinks should stay in their lane.
Many have pointed to another Hip-Hop slip up when she told the Breakfast Club that she used to smoke weed and listen to Snoop and Tupac in college. That is a typical Howard student’s reply if they graduated in the 90, but she graduated in 1986.
Kamala was also caught hopping off a jet in the wrong kind of Timbs.
Many Black people contend that she doesn’t have to know Hip-Hop to be Vice President. What they need her to do is be on policy and move the needle toward justice.
We love you, Kamala … but you have to stop saying that Tupac is alive and wearing weird Timberlands.
— 🧐ToNEoLoGY🧐 (@AzElements) September 26, 2020
— 𝘜𝘕𝘓𝘐𝘔𝘐𝘛𝘌𝘋 𝐂𝐎𝐔𝐏𝐎𝐍𝐒!!!! (@ScorchingCosmos) September 26, 2020
Not only did #KamalaHarris smoke weed listening to #Tupac in college tho he hadn’t made music yet, she’s now claiming Tupac is the best rapper “alive”….she’s clearly still high AF 😤pic.twitter.com/R4vHriaUr3
— Shaughn_A (@Shaughn_A2) September 26, 2020
Kamala Harris named Tupac Shakur as the "best rapper alive" before quickly correcting herself and declining to name another rapper.
— Meme America GIF Again🇺🇸 (@GifAgain) September 26, 2020