will.i.am Mocks Donald Trump in 'GRAB'm by the PU$$Y' Video

  /  10.15.2016

With the 2016 presidential election around the corner, will.i.am takes on the race for the White House in a Funny or Die parody featuring apl.de.ap and Liane V.

The video for the track, “GRAB’m by the PU$$Y,” is a mock debate featuring Liane as Hillary Clinton, apl as a moderator, and will as Mc Donald T. Rump, a character modeled after Donald Trump—wig and all.

While the video addresses Trump’s blunders and the comments he made regarding sexual assault in a recently leaked video, will.i.am makes it a point to stop the parody for a serious discussion.

“This is not a circus, a TV show, or a movie,” he says. “This is real life with real life problems. We need a leader that not only will lead America, but will help heal the world.”

From there, will encourages unregistered voters to get involved in the process and makes his choice clear. He’s voting for Clinton.

In the leaked video referenced by the parody’s title, Trump can be heard saying, “When you’re a star, they let you do it, you can do anything…grab them by the pussy. You can do anything.”

Trump has since apologized “if anyone was offended,” adding that it “was locker room banter, a private conversation that took place many years ago.”

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