President Barack Obama may be too busy to run the country to get at Donald Trump, but that hasn’t stopped actor and impressionist, Iman Crosson, from dealing with the GOP presidential hopeful in a very humorous way.
According to The Huffington Post, Crosson, whose stage name is Alphacat, is pretty popular on social media and known for his impression of Obama. So with that, Alphacat brought his Obama impersonation to his latest YouTube video, which finds him bashing Trump on a diss track inspired by Drake‘s response to the beef he had with rapper Meek Mill in July.
The video for the track, which hits back at the business mogul for claiming that Obama is worst president in history of the country, has generated more than 235,000 views since it was posted on Saturday (Oct. 10).
“You’ll make America better? I laugh so hard I’m crying. Mmmm… oh my God! Why you always lying?” says Alphacat who appears dressed in a black suit as Obama.
Alphacat’s parody comes amid a slew of put downs Trump has thrown toward Obama and his fellow contenders for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination
Taking the role of the commander-in-chief, Alphacat, proceeds to educate Trump on what he’s done in his “back to back” presidential terms. All this while riding around on an Oxboard and backed by his entourage of secret service agents.
Capping things off is a clip of Alphacat with the real Obama, who has a priceless reaction to the entertainer’s spot-on impression around the 2:55 mark.
To see Alphacat’s Drake-inspired diss track video, check out the video below:
(Photo/Video Source: YouTube)