Dre said he doesn’t license his work for politicians, “especially someone as divisive and hateful as this one.”
Lawyers for rap legend Dr. Dre are demanding that Republican Rep.
Marjorie Taylor Greene stop his using his music, after the controversial politician used the hit “Still D.R.E.”
“I don’t license my music to politicians, especially someone as divisive and hateful as this one,”
Dre, who was born Andre Young, said in a statement.
Greene, who represents a district in northeast Georgia, has promoted the far-right and
baseless conspiracy theory QAnon, and in February 2022 she spoke at a white nationalist event.
In December she said she would have “won” the Jan. 6 Capitol attack
if she had planned it with former Trump aide Steve Bannon, which earned a rebuke from the White House as well as Democratic lawmakers.
The letter from Dre’s attorney, Howard King, dated Monday, demands that the Greene immediately cease
And desist from using Dre’s music. The letter says she has been using it on social media.