Hillary Clinton On The Breakfast Club: "Hip-Hop Has Influenced My Look"
This week on the morning radio show, Clinton responded to a tweet that points out the humorous similarities between her debate pantsuits and the fashion of Death Row Records.
We gone sit here and act like Hillary Clinton ain't been representing Death Row Records at all 3 debates? pic.twitter.com/z6ZWzQJ6O6— BlackGoldLuxury.com (@double_cupp_me) October 20, 2016
When the New York radio show host, Charlamagne Tha God, brought up the tweet comparing the Democratic nominee's fashion to those of Death Row Records, Clinton laughed but didn't deny that there may have been some inspiration there.
"I think Death Row and a lot of other hip-hop fashion sources have influenced my look," Clinton said, chuckling.
For those who aren't familiar with the notorious hip-hop kingpins, Death Row Records was a record label created by the infamous of Suge Knight. Knight, a former Rams player, released legendary albums from Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and Tupac.
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