Jay Z wants nothing to do with the Donald.
On Wednesday (Jan. 26) Jigga attended the Sundance Film Festival in Utah to help promote his new docu-series Time: The Kalief Browder Story.
And we know he usually lays low when it comes to press, but one reporter really tried to test Hov.
During a Q&A portion with the media, someone asked what Jay’s thoughts were on Trump. “Not gonna answer that,” he said before TIME executive producer, Harry Weinstein, intervened and kept it moving.
Watch the clip below.
Don’t ask Jay Z no questions about Donald Trump pic.twitter.com/GbOY5Ne88F
— DJ Akademiks (@IamAkademiks) January 26, 2017
Last November, the Carters publicly supported Hillary Clinton. In support of the Democratic nominee, he held a concert in Cleveland days before the election. The show featured performances from himself, wife Beyoncé, Big Sean, and Chance The Rapper.
After the show, President Trump dissed the Brooklyn rapper at a Pennsylvania rally for using profanity during his performance.
Jay Z’s docu-series Time: The Kalief Browder Story tells the story of 16-year-old African American teen Kalief Browder’s who was accused of stealing a backpack, incarcerated without a trail, and later committed suicide. For more information visit Spike’s official website here.