Pretty much every day, we Australians read a Donald Trump-related headline and wonder what alternate timeline we're living in right now. From yesterday's Macca's feast in the White House (um, what?) to more offensive policies to the US government's partial shutdown, this week we've scored a more music-related result of Trump's controversial presidency.
New York's JFK Airport is actually blasting uncensored, super-loud Kanye, Drake and Travis Scott songs right now.
As Business Insider reports, a lot of travellers have noted songs like Travis Scott's Sicko Mode, Paramore, Ludacris and Kanye (the Poopity Scoop song, Lift Yourself, no less) playing overhead through the airport.
As many of the airport's TSA agents are working overtime and unpaid right now, it seems they truly don't give a shit anymore.
JFK is playing sicko mode we’re living in a simulation
— cesar millan (the dog whisperer) (@postmetaboi) January 7, 2019
TSA has officially stopped giving a fuck. SICKO MODE (dirty version) is playing on the speakers at JFK lmfaooo
— lsdipalma (@LSDiPalma) January 9, 2019
JFK airport carousel blasting “No Sleep Til Brooklyn” at 10:30 PM is kinda alright with me.
— RL Barnes, Ph.D. (@DigitalHistory_) January 7, 2019
the extremely weird feeling when the airport PA is blasting Paramore’s “Misery Business” like it’s a super hot 2007 Friday night at old JFK
— Molly Templeton (@mollytempleton) January 5, 2019
JFK Airport blasting Ludacris at 5:45 am is a vibe
— Caroline Kenny (@carolinerkenny) December 28, 2018