Rapper T.I. is slamming President TrumpDonald John TrumpKim Kardashian thanks Trump, Kushner for helping efforts to free A$AP Rocky from Swedish jail North Carolina mayor denounces 'send her back' chant after Trump rally Judiciary chair demands Hope Hicks clarify closed-door testimony MORE as a “madman,” saying the United States is becoming a “joke” to the rest of the world.

“We can’t continue to call ourselves the greatest nation in the world if we continue to behave this way,” T.I. said in an interview for BET’s “Raq Rants” airing Tuesday.


In the sit-down with Raquel Harper, the host tells T.I. she’s “disgusted right now in every single way” by Trump and asks the performer what he thinks the problem is with the commander in chief.

“I think privilege, entitlement, and hypocrisy,” T.I., who was born Clifford Joseph Harris, Jr., replies.

“The fact that people feel the color of their skin makes them a better person, more qualified and more eligible for opportunity.”

“On the world stage, it’s a joke. How could you let such a thing happen to your country?” the 38-year-old entertainer continues.

“How could you put the most prestigious office to be held in the free world, how could you let that fall into the hands of a madman?” T.I. exclaims.

It’s not the first time the Atlanta-born rapper has blasted Trump.

Back in October, Melania TrumpMelania TrumpPoll: Michelle Obama most admired woman in the world The Hill's 12:30 Report: 'Send her back' chants stun Washington 'Sesame Street,' Earth, Wind & Fire among 2019 Kennedy Center Honors recipients MORE’s spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, called for a T.I. boycott after he posted a video of a woman resembling the first lady performing a striptease in the Oval Office.

In 2016, T.I. advised fans not to buy his music if they supported Trump, then a GOP presidential candidate.