The brother of Tupac Shakur is firing back at the campaign of Donald Trump, blasting what he characterizes as a “clearly disprespectful” use of the late rapper’s legacy in order to make a dig at Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris.

It all began when Harris was asked in an interview to offer her opinion on who was the best rapper alive.

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When she singled out Shakur, she laughingly admitted “I keep doing that” when the interviewer reminded her that Shakur wasn’t alive.

In response, the Trump campaign jokingly held a ticket for Shakur at Harris’ recent debate with Mike Pence.

That didn’t go over well with Shakur’s family, particularly his brother, Mopreme Shakur.

He told TMZ that the gesture was “clearly disrespectful” to Shakur’s family.

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However, he admitted he didn’t find it surprising.

“We should know Trump’s lack of respect for the Black and brown community,” said Shakur.