(AllHipHop News) Victor Kwesi Mensahi is once again voicing his blunt opinions about a person who he feels has been detrimental to his hometown of Chicago. The rapper also known as Vic Mensa had some harsh words for Everyday Struggle host DJ Akademiks andChi-Raq director Spike Lee.
The Roc Nation recording artist turned his vitriol towards Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel. During an interview with TMZ, Mensa labeled the Democrat as a "slimy dog" and a "dishonest career politician" that was only interested in maintaining power.
"He closed a ridiculous amount of schools, closed mental health facilities on the south and west sides, was instrumental in hiding the tape of Laquan McDonald who was killed by Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke, and then he threw the police commissioner under the bus," said Vic about the mayor. "He's just a dirty guy. He has no morals, no spine."
Emanuel announced this week that he won't be seeking a third term as mayor. The former White House Chief of Staff in the Barack Obama Administration was first elected to lead Chicago in 2011 and then re-elected in 2015.
Vic Mensa is looking for someone that is personally connected to the city and deeply cares for its citizens to be the next chief executive of America's third largest metropolis. There have been calls for fellow Windy City emcee Chance The Rapper to make a run for the mayor's office.
The two longtime friends have stepped up to help Chicago in various ways. Vic has his SaveMoneySaveLife non-profit organization. Chance's been donating money to the local school system and funding other projects through his Social Works non-profit organization.
In addition, Mensa continues to address social and political issues in songs like "16 Shots" and "We Could Be Free." The 25-year-old Midwesterner has also been very vocal on the topics of police brutality, opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline, gun reform and the promotion of drug use in Hip Hop.