One of the world's biggest rappers wants Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene to forget about Dre.
Dr. Dre is slamming the controversial Georgia politician after she posted a highly-produced video set to his song "Still D.R.E."
"I don't license my music to politicians, especially someone as divisive and hateful as this one," he told TMZ.
In the video, MTG happily walks through the halls of Congress following the long, painful process of electing Kevin McCarthy as Speaker of the House. Marjorie sided with Kevin from beginning and clearly feels that her support was influential in eventually getting him elected. The video also implies that MTG spoke with former President Donald Trump during the lengthy process, as her phone showed her taking a call from "DT."
"It's time to begin.. and they can't stop what's coming," she captioned the video posted to Instagram.
It's not uncommon for politicians to use songs against the wishes of the performers. Trump, in fact, was often chastised by musicians for using their music at his campaign rallies. John Fogerty, Linkin Park, Aerosmith and Eddy Grant all sent Trump cease-and-desist letters for using their music for political purposes, and a cascade of artists threatened the former POTUS with legal action for using their songs.