Death Row Records was poppin’ back in the raucous 1990’s, but the rowdy, Suge Knight-led company has apparently influenced the 2016 election, social media says. Hillary Clinton systematically dismantled Donald Trump in Wednesday debate.
The social media windfall was powerful and swift, with creative people with loads of time on their hands, putting together ingenious commentary. The most popular offered Hillary Clinton donning the same style, swagger and color scheme of the late, great Death Row Records. Tupac. Snoop Dogg. Sir Knight. That’s right y’all – Death Row has crept up in your sphere of presidential influence.
Check out what the inter webs created:
But it didn’t stop there. Here are several other posts that powerfully laugh (0r n0t) at the debate and election from a decidedly social media lens.
Are you part of #Trumps #neofacist movement to take away our liberties, our freedoms, build walls, deport families of honest hard working people, take away a woman's right to choose, destabilize our democracy, turn your back on our allies, launch a far right wing cable network, not pay workers, demean and disrespect women, push hateful, racist rhetoric and attempt to demoralize our country and people with fear and scare tactics?!? If so then you need to wake up!! Not on my watch!! America is already great. Our country lifts the world up and there's a reason-it's because of our hard work and our values- it's because all the people of every creed and color live here together. We are the world. Donald Trump does not have anything to do with the values that make our country great. Period. Go Hillary we got your back!! #imwithher #america #usa #hillaryclinton #vote #govote #hillaryclintonforpresident2016 #thewomenaresmarter badass artwork by @knowledge_bennett