Diamond And Silk: 2 Black Women Who 'Stump For Trump' Face Backlash From African Americans [Videos]

Paula Mooney

Diamond and Silk are two black women who are growing in popularity on YouTube, but also are facing plenty of backlash because of the way they are supporting Donald Trump. As seen on World Star Hip Hop, a video of Trump asking Diamond and Silk to "do a little routine" has gained approximately 500,000 views on that site alone.

The most-viewed videos from Diamond and Silk show that the YouTube video titled "


MEGYN KELLY STARTS A WAR WITH DONALD TRUMP AT THE DEBATE" has gotten nearly 1.5 million views since August 7.

"Megyn Kelly, who do she think she is? She is trying to destroy our future president Mr. Donald Trump and we won't let that happen. Here is our take."

Despite all the backlash from the black community and black Twitter, Diamond noted in the latest video that she's going to keep acting the way she's acting and being herself, with all the neck rolling and manner of speech and such. Silk seems more of Diamond's sidekick in the popular videos, interjecting her thoughts and the "Amen" chorus from time to time.

"Donald Trump's play for the black vote continues. At a campaign rally in North Carolina on Friday, the controversial Republican presidential candidate called on two black women to champion his cause. [The rally was held at Dorton Arena in Raleigh, N.C., Friday, Dec. 4, 2015.]"

"Known as the 'Stump For Trump Girls,' [Diamond and Silk] first made waves when they endorsed Trump for president on CNN back in August. Now, the 'Internet sensation' duo has taken things up a notch by doing "a little routine."

"Known as the 'Stump For Trump Girls,' [Diamond and Silk] first made waves when they endorsed Trump for president on CNN back in August. Now, the 'Internet sensation' duo has taken things up a notch by doing "a little routine."

[AP Photo/Ted Richardson]

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