Rap star Eminem has officially asked Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy to stop rapping during his campaign, according to a letter released Monday.
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A video of the businessman, who is enjoying a surge in the Republican primary, singing “Lose Yourself” at a political event in Iowa, went viral a few weeks ago.
The American Organization for the Protection of Musical Rights “BMI” indicated in a letter revealed by the “Daily Mail” newspaper and confirmed by Agence France-Presse that it had received a “formal request” from Eminem, demanding that the thirty-year-old candidate not use his right. music over.
This complete political novice, who likes to fantasize about himself in “Trump 2.0”, is now, to everyone’s surprise, third in the polls for the Republican primaries, which will be held in early 2024.
While studying at Harvard University, he became known for his talents as a rapper, under the nickname “Da Vek”, and is a follower of libertarian texts.
“If you think speaker Vivek Ramaswamy is sharp, you haven’t met Da Vic yet,” the university’s student newspaper, The Crimson, joked in 2006.
During the last two presidential elections, many famous artists, including Pharrell Williams, Rihanna, Aerosmith and Adele, as well as Prince’s heirs, have complained that their titles have been manipulated at Donald Trump’s campaign meetings.
The famous British rock band The Rolling Stones even threatened the Republican with legal action if he continued to use their song “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.”