Politickin’ With John Brown: Melania

John Brown is no stranger to the spotlight. As one-tenth of Ego Trip’s The (White) Rapper Show back in 2007, the self-proclaimed King of Da Burbz showcased his lyrical skills and passion for hip hop, rising through the ranks before ultimately falling short of the grand prize in the final episode.

Appearing on VH1 show is no surefire elixir for success, but Brown used his newfound fame to build a personal brand, which eventually afforded him opportunities to flex his creative skills as a writer for various brand campaigns. His latest campaign, however, is on the political tip, with Mr. Brown vying for the attention of Donald “Fuckboy” Trump’s wife, Melania.

Hot on the trail for tail, John Brown delivers an impassioned performance piece for the former model and budding jewelry designer, listing the various ways in which he’s a superlative suitor to Toupée Trump. Hit the player above to watch the full video, and check out a statement on the video from Mr. Brown’s campaign advisor below:

With campaign season heating up, it’s time to remember why we do this hip hop shit. To speak truth to power, give a voice to the voiceless, fight injustice with our words. And sometimes it means hollering at another man’s wife. Another man who just happens to be running for President.

While the media can’t stop talking about Donald’s latest divisive statement, John Brown offers another Trump some undivided attention. A Trump who may help make America great if only she can stop the hate. A Trump who may think she has it all, until she realizes she’s missing what’s most important: A King who can treat her the way every Queen deserves to be treated. This is for you, Melania from Yugoslavia.

Director: Jessica Rew & Marcos Jay Teno
Editor: Jessica Rew
Design: Thao Le & Christine Ramsay
Art Direction: Jake Hanna
Written by John Brown & the Internet
Audio Produced by theBURBSLIFE
Audio Recorded & Mixed by Gareth Schumacher @ Foreword Productions

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