Joan Baez Tears Into ‘Future Dictator’ Donald Trump in New ‘Nasty Man’ Song
“You better talk to a shrink because you’ve got serious psychological disorders.”
By Lee Moran
Joan Baez is back with “a little song about a man gone wrong.”
In “Nasty Man,” the legendary 76-year-old folk singer and activist takes aim at “future dictator” Donald Trump for “building up his evil empire.”
Baez tells the president that he “owes the Earth a pardon” before ridiculing his plans for a Mexico-U.S. border wall.
In the final verse, Baez pokes fun at Trump’s use of Twitter and predicts a time when he’s outdated.
“When the dirt on this man
finally hits the fan,
and no one gives a damn about his tweets,
he’ll be finally and forever obsolete.”
Baez posted a video of the song on Facebook Tuesday.
Despite her claiming in a Rolling Stone interview that it’s “not a good song, but it will make people laugh,” the clip has since garnered more than 2.8 million views.
Check out the full song here.