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President Trump is now using the great legend Usain Bolt as a means to justify his beef with NFL players over the national anthem.

In case you have been living off the grid for a while, last weekend Trump ignite another firestorm at a political rally when he bashed NFL players who kneel during the playing of the national anthem, calling them SOBs. There has been widespread backlash over his statement and he has been tweeting about it since last weekend.

His latest tweet is a video of Usain Bolt at The London 2012 Summer Olympics where he was doing an interview after winning a gold medal. Bolt stopped the interview while the national anthem of the United States was being played so he could stand and pay respect. “Even Usain Bolt from Jamaica, one of the greatest runners and athletes of all time, showed RESPECT for our National Anthem!” Trump wrote on Twitter in his latest campaign against the NFL players who take a knee during the national anthem.

Usain Bolt immediately became a trending topic on Twitter and a lot of his fans are saying that he shouldn’t be dragged into this.

Even Usain Bolt from Jamaica, one of the greatest runners and athletes of all time, showed RESPECT for our National Anthem! ???? pic.twitter.com/zkenuAP9RS

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 27, 2017

During an interview with ESPN last year September, Usain Bolt spoke about Colin Kaepernick who started the take a knee protest movement in the NFL. “Everyone has the right to their own opinion,” Bolt said. “If you feel strongly about something and you want to voice your opinion, I feel it’s your right, so, that’s how I look at it because that’s how life is.”

Internet: "What does Usain Bolt have to do with protesting against US police brutality?"

Trump: "Uh, he's a black athlete?" ????

— Jake Watt (@JakeChatty) September 27, 2017

94 degrees in Puerto Rico. 44% of these people have no water.

Donald Trump is tweeting about Usain Bolt respecting the US national anthem.

— Michael (@Schmutzie_) September 27, 2017

Another fun fact about Usain Bolt: he was able to win without help from the Russians!

— Magic (@mmagic_mman) September 27, 2017

Danielle D.I. says that she didn’t start a lyrical war with Ishawna, said she was merely expressing herself musically.

The “Talk Up” deejay sat down for an interview with Winford Williams OnStage last weekend where she opened up about her beef with Ishawna that has been playing out on dancehall airwaves and on social media. “First and foremost I didn’t start a lyrical war right let’s get this clear,” she said. “The media and the fans deemed it a clash and deemed it a war. First and foremost I just decided to express myself on a track.”

Danielle D.I. was the first one to release a diss track, but she is saying that the song is not a diss record, but merely an expression of whats on her mind. She also added that Ishawna has been talking bad things about her behind her back. “This specific person who this song is about, we need to get this clear because the public doesn’t know about this,” she added. “This industry it is a small industry because we share the same hairdresser, we share the same nail technicians, we share the same producers and the same dancers. So when people say stuff and been saying it for years upon years it automatically going to come back to your ears.”

D.I. says that for years Ishawna has been saying malicious things about her and now she just reached her limit. “This person has always wanted to be me throughout their entire career,” Danielle said.

I’m just a fool for you, baby
I’m just a fool for your love
You take me half the way to heaven
And you know that’s not enough
I’m just a fool for your love
You’ve got me wanting to be near you
You know I want this love to grow
You say you like to keep things simple
And you don’t want any tides
But I see a different story in your eyes
I’m just a fool for you, baby
I’m just a fool for your love
You take me half the way to heaven
And you know it’s not enough
I’m just a fool for your love
You try to act like it don’t matter
You said you’ve felt this way before
Say you only want your freedom
And you don’t need nothin’ more
Here you are just knocking at my door
I’m just a fool for you, baby
I’m just a fool for your love
You take me half the way to heaven
And you know it’s not enough
I’m just a fool for your love
You take me half the way to heaven
And you know it’s not enough
I’m just a fool for your love
I’m just a fool for your love

[Verse 1: Faith Hill]
She don’t give a damn ’bout your Benjamin Franklins
She wants Aretha
She don’t really care how you’re spending your money
It’s all how you treat her
She just want a friend to be there
When she opens her eyes in the morning
She wants you to say what you mean and mean everything that you’re saying

[Chorus: Faith Hill]
‘Cause that’s how you talk to a woman
That’s how you speak to a girl
That’s how you get with the lady who’s worth more than anything in your whole world
You better respect your Mama
Respect the hell out of her
‘Cause that’s how you talk to a woman
And that’s how you speak to a girl

[Verse 2: Tim McGraw]
She don’t give a damn ’bout your pride or the lies that you’re hiding behind
She just want to feel that you’re real
That she’s near to the man that’s inside
She don’t need to hear she’s a queen on a throne
That she’s more than amazing
She just wants you to say what you mean and to mean everything that you’re saying

[Chorus: Tim McGraw & Faith Hill]
Cause that’s how you talk to a woman
That’s how you speak to a girl
That’s how you get with a lady who’s worth more than anything in your whole world
You better respect your Mama
Respect the hell out of her
‘Cause that’s how you talk to a woman
And that’s how you speak to a girl

[Bridge: Tim McGraw & Faith Hill]
That’s how you speak to, speak to her
That’s how you speak to, speak to her
‘Cause that’s how you talk to a woman
That’s how you speak to a girl
That’s how
That’s how you get with a lady who’s worth more than anything in your whole world

[Chorus 2: Tim McGraw & Faith Hill]
You better respect your Mama
Respect the hell out of her
‘Cause that’s how you talk to a woman
And that’s how you speak to a girl
That’s how you talk to a woman
That’s how you speak to a girl

[Verse]
I see the sun waking up the morning, reviving dreams
I feel the wind on my back with promise, reminding me
There’s a garment of praise for heaviness
There’s a new song burning inside my chest
I’m living in the goodness that He brings

[Chorus]
Get your hopes up
Lift your head up
Let your faith arise
Get your hopes up
Our God is for us
He’s brought us back to life

[Verse]
I see the sun waking up the morning, reviving dreams
And I feel the wind on my back with promise, reminding me
There’s a garment of praise for heaviness
There’s a new song burning inside my chest
I’m living in the goodness that He brings

[Chorus]
Get your hopes up
Lift your head up
Let your faith arise
Get your hopes up
Our God is for us
He’s brought us back to life
Get your hopes up
Lift your head up
Let your faith arise
Get your hopes up
Our God is for us
He’s brought us back to life

[Bridge]
Christ before me
Christ behind me
I am firmly held
In His mercy never ending
I’ll remind myself
Christ before me
Christ behind me
I am firmly held
In His mercy never ending
I’ll remind myself

[Chorus]
Get your hopes up
Lift your head up
Let your faith arise
Get your hopes up
Our God is for us
He’s brought us back to life
Get your hopes up
Lift your head up
Let your faith arise
Get your hopes up
Our God is for us
He’s brought us back to life