Last night, Presidential hopeful Donald Trump canceled an event at the University of Illinois at Chicago Pavilion due to "security concerns" amidst a rousing collection of protestors some of which who took to chanting the refrain "We gonna be alright" from Kendrick Lamar's song "Alright" after the Donald no-showed. In the wake of the subsequent media fervor, the billionaire's son Donald Trump Jr. took to Twitter to defend his father and squelch the message of those who'd gathered to shut the rally down.
One person who didn't take kindly to Trump Jr.'s claim was "Glory" singer John Legend who tweeted a rather plainly stated, but revealing response.
Trump Jr. passively dismissed Legend's claim with some benign generalities.
Following that exchange, when another user came at Legend about his own intellectual prowess, the singer revealed a rather interesting fact.