Jefferson Airplane and Starship singer Grace Slick has some blunt words for Donald Trump.
Given the chance to dose the President with a drug, the "White Rabbit" singer posted on Facebook that she'd slip him...
“Acid, because I don’t think he’d [do] too well with that. It’s an ego-destroying thing where you are not in control... He shouldn’t be running a country. Guy is a mess.”
Slick along with Paul Kantner, Marty Balin, Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady and Spencer Dryden formed one of the greatest San Francisco psychedelic-rock bands in the 1960s and 1970s. They had hits with "Somebody to Love" (No. 5, 1967), "White Rabbit" (No. 8, 1967) and "Volunteers" (No. 65, 1969). The group evolved into Jefferson Starship in the '70s and then Starship in the '80s.