Trump’s tweets turn into rap song at Jimmy Fallon’s show

Washington: American rapper Common, who appeared on Reality TV host Jimmy Fallon’s ‘The Tonight Show’, made a rap out of United States President Donald Trump’s tweets.

The Grammy Award-winning rapper, along with another rapper, Black Thought, and Fallon himself, made it possible.

Thought started things off with the US Supreme Court Judge nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, who is under the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) scanner for multiple sexual assault allegations levelled against him.

Thought’s first line was, “So the Senate’s got questions for this Kavanaugh guy, but Trump’s like…” to which Fallon sang while mimicking Trump “Why didn’t someone call the FBI?”
Soon after, Common joined in and rapped, “Got no time for vettin’, no time for reportin’, like when he was with Stormy.” to which Fallon sang “Speed is very important”.

Majority of the lines the trio used from Trump’s twitter handle belonged to the Kavanaugh case, as well as adult star Stormy Daniels.