The rapper and president of GOOD Music—and one half of Clipse—has joined forces with Clinton’s campaign for a new contest. If you register to vote before Oct. 6 on Clinton’s website, you’ll be entered to win a chance to meet Pusha backstage at a concert, and Hilldogg’s campaign will cover airfare for the winner and a plus one, as well as hotel accommodations.
Enter to win: meet Pusha T. Register to vote and you’re automatically entered to win. https://t.co/n6NH65Mvkq
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) September 28, 2016
Pusha’s support isn’t out of left field: In July, he rolled out a “Delete Your Account” shirt that references Clinton’s brand-defining tweet to Trump, with proceeds going to Re-Imagine Justice. He also hinted that he’d be getting involved with voter registration.
— King Push (@PUSHA_T) July 26, 2016
— King Push (@PUSHA_T) July 29, 2016
Still, many people seemed baffled by this partnership, pointing out that Pusha made rapping about being a drug dealer part of his brand in Clipse. Others pointed out its baffling brilliance. Tweets open doors.