Donald Trump Uses T.I.’s “Whatever You Like” For Weird Anti-Joe Biden Snapchat Ad

The president posted the ad to his official Snapchat page.

Donald Trump is using rap to attack Joe Biden yet again. On Tuesday, the president posted a video to his official Snapchat. As per usual, the video quickly took off on social media.

The video takes its audio from T.I.‘s 2008 hit “Whatever You Like.”

However, instead of the song’s actual hook, the video takes aim at the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.

The edited version slightly alters T.I.’s hook, saying “don’t want Joe Biden, need Joe Biden…long as you got me, you won’t need Joe Biden.”

The Trump administration has taken aim at Biden twice in the last two weeks. After Biden’s appearance on The Breakfast Club with Charlemagne the God, Trump’s campaign site began selling shirts commemorating the incident.

Last month, Donald Trump used DJ Kool’s “Let Me Clear My Throat” in an ad. Kool quickly took to Instagram to denounce the usage.

“I had nothing to do with that Trump tweet this morning,” he said. “As far as them using my music is concerned, I got my team on top of it right now. To all my followers that hit me in support of this issue I love you all, thank you so much and God bless you.”

T.I. has yet to respond. Stay tuned for further updates on the situation.


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