Those days are over. Yes, I know that the soy bomb guy had a political motivation – at least I think he did. But the rest of the show was pretty good, and, since nobody got hurt, it was pretty fun to watch Bob Dylan’s and the other musicians’ reactions to the guy. Here’s some tweets that tell the story of last night’s political bomb:
They just can't help themselves. pic.twitter.com/gegFIMWYWQ
— Carl Gustav (@CaptYonah) January 29, 2018
Now that her money laundering biz is a bust & no one wants .@hillaryclinton to give speeches all she could afford to do was read from a tabloid book that even the author admits it's not true. #GRAMMYs #Grammys2018
— Cowgirl In The Sand (@DJTRevolution) January 29, 2018
Hillary Clinton just publicly endorsed a misogynist, discredited author who has no shame in spreading vicious rumors about one of the nation’s most prominent women (Ambassador Nikki Haley) sleeping her way to the top.
— Kelsey Harkness (@kelseyjharkness) January 29, 2018
Jay-Z, the man who normalizes sexual assault and gang culture, now has the nerve to call out President Trump, who has created millions of jobs for ALL Americans.
What exactly has Jay-Z done for anyone?? I’m waiting….
— The Trump Train 🇺🇸 (@The_Trump_Train) January 28, 2018
Jay-Z is a ruthless thug .. When he’s not punching Beyoncé’s sister he’s harassing/shoving around young little girls..
AND where’s the #MeToo movement ?? Why don’t democrats denounce Jay-Z rather than use him as a campaign tool ?? SHAMEFUL#SundayMorning #DemocratsAreHypocrites pic.twitter.com/X1syAwwWxR
— 🇺🇸#ReleaseTheMemo🇺🇸 (@StockMonsterVIP) January 28, 2018