The heavily-auto-tuned rap featured lyrics gently prodding the president to change his stance on immigration.

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Chef José Andrés’ Rap to Trump Is the Best Thing You’ll Hear All Day

The celebrity chef tweeted a rap about immigration to challenge President Trump’s views
The heavily-auto-tuned rap featured lyrics gently prodding the president to change his stance on immigration.

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The heavily-auto-tuned rap featured lyrics gently prodding the president to change his stance on immigration.

Chef José Andrés doesn’t mince words when it comes to his opinions on the president.

After settling a high-profile lawsuit with Trump this week and campaigning for Hillary Clinton last fall, the celebrity chef’s latest political dig is a rap he composed and posted with the app “AutoRap” specifically for the president about immigration policy.

The rap features the dulcet sounds of Eminem and Sia imploring, “Donald Trump are you ready to make a move? Are you ready pass immigration reform?” and beseeching the noted nativist to “take care of every single man living on American soil.”

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A native of Spain, José Andrés is an immigrant himself, and became a United States citizen in 2013. Since then he has been an outspoken advocate for immigration reform and dropped out of a contract with Donald Trump in 2015 following the then-presidential candidate’s disparaging comments about Mexicans. He spent almost two years battling a lawsuit and counter-lawsuit with the Trump Organization.