On Monday, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia claimed that her Twitter account was temporarily locked after she had a disagreement with rapper Andre Young, also known as Dr. Dre.
She was threatened by Young after she used Greene's music without a license in a video that highlighted his political skill. He criticized her for using his music in an inappropriate manner.
According to Greene, she would never use her platform to promote violence against police officers and women. She also claimed that one of her accounts had been temporarily shut down.
According to a spokesperson for Greene, one of her accounts had been temporarily shut down.
The next episode.. pic.twitter.com/o6g2WVxYBu
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene🇺🇸 (@RepMTG) January 9, 2023
In response to a report about Greene's use of his music, Young told the website that he doesn't license his work to politicians. He also sent a cease-and-dess letter to her office. In the video, which was released last week, Greene was seen using the song "still D. R.E."
On her Twitter page, the video was removed due to copyright infringement. In it, she was shown dancing in the halls of Congress while narrating her conversation with Donald Trump. It was supposed to encourage Matt Rosendale, who is an R-MO representative, to support Kevin McCarthy, who is the House speaker.
As part of the battle for the gavel, Greene supported Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy. This move put her at odds with other conservative members of the House, such as Matt Gaetz of Florida.
Greene had been suspended from her Twitter platform last year for violating the company's policy on disinformation. However, it was later reinstated after Elon Musk took over.
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