(AllHipHop News) One of Mac Miller's most famous songs is his 2011 track "Donald Trump." Since the real estate magnate the single is named after is running for President of the United States, what does Miller think about Trump now?
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The Pittsburgh rapper sat down for an interview with Larry King Now. The conversation covered Mac's "feud" with The Donald.
"At first [Trump] was like 'yeah!' But then he was threatening to sue me. He went on a Twitter rant," said Miller. "He kept calling me 'Little Mac Miller' which is awesome. Then I realized: Who does Donald Trump beef with? It's like me and Obama."
The "100 Grandkids" spitter suggested he would be open to actually meeting Trump, but he does not think he'll be supporting the billionaire's presidential candidacy.
"I don't judge or act like I know anyone, especially in celebrity culture. I'm big on this. You can't pretend that you know someone if you've never met them," added Miller. "I'd definitely be down to having a conversation with him. Will I vote for him? I don't think so, but I have nothing against him at all."
Mac Miller's third studio album GO:OD A.M. is scheduled for release September 18 through Warner Bros.
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