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Now that we have a new Commander and Chief, hip hop has taken noticed and some doesn’t feel like talking about him.

Jay-Z was among actors, filmmakers and celebrities in Utah for the Sundance Film Festival, supporting the documentary Time: The Kalief Browder Story, which he executive produced.

Prior to the film’s festival premiere, Hov fielded some questions on the red carpet, opting to stay on topic. When a reporter asked him about Donald Trump, he simply shook his head no and it was caught on Instagram.

Time: The Kalief Browder Story is a film about a 16-year-old who has been imprisoned on Rikers Island for three years without a conviction. Browder had allegedly stolen a backpack and received two years in solitary confinement, later committing suicide.

The documentary will air in March on Spike TV.


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