Stevie Wonder says he will no longer perform in Florida as the long “Stand Your Ground” law remains in effect. He also says he won’t perform in any other state with similar statues.
“That’s 38 states!” exclaimed Morning Answer co-host Ben Shapiro. “That means he’s limited to California and New York basically.”
Ben continued, “Honestly, I’m going to take all of his political statements with a grain of salt. This is the same guy who…back in 2008…decided he was going to make up a song about Barack Obama.”
“I’ll bet you it was good, it probably had some bass and percussion,” speculated co-host Elisha Krauss.
Ben replied, “It was not his finest work.”
Click on the player above to hear the Stevie Wonder “Barak Obama” improv “song” and hear Brian Whitman, Ben Shapiro and Elisha Krauss discuss more about Stevie’s “Stand Your Ground” boycott.