Classy, Hillary. Thank you for treating this election like a radio contest. The citizens of the U.S. appreciate how laid back you feel about this.
Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign has teamed up with Pusha T for a voter registration drive that includes the chance to meet the rapper backstage at one his concerts.
By registering to vote via Clinton’s campaign website, one winner and a guest will be selected to receive a round-trip airline ticket to a Pusha T event and hotel accommodations for the night.
There is, however, an alternate hillaryclinton.com link that allows those interested to enter the contest without revering to vote.
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 T has been a very vocal supporter of the Democratic presidential nominee.
In July, the Virginia rapper tweeted a photo of himself video chatting with Clinton to his 1.3 million Twitter followers. A few days later, the rapper posted a photo of himself wearing a “Delete Your Account” shirt, a reference to Clinton’s Twitter diss directed at Trump.
Clinton’s partnership with Pusha T could be an attempt to shore up support among younger voters, a group with whom the Democratic candidate has struggled to attract support in recent months.
Pusha T rose to prominence as one-half of the hip-hop group Clipse in the late 90s and early 2000s before setting off on a solo career and later connecting with Kanye West, who named the rapper the president of his G.O.O.D. Music record label in November.