With just a little over a month until Election Day, Hillary Clinton’s camp has come up with a unique—and fairly confusing—plan to encourage political involvement. And it involves Pusha T.

Starting Wednesday, anyone who registers to vote through Clinton’s official website will be entered to win a meet-and-greet with the G.O.O.D. music rapper. We’ll give you a moment to really let this sink in…

Pusha has been a vocal supporter of the Democratic presidential nominee for some time now. Back in July, he released a pro-Clinton T-shirt design that read “Delete Your Account,” a reference to her famous social media burn directed at her opponent, Donald Trump. In an interview with Business Insider earlier this year, Pusha admitted Clinton likely wasn’t familiar with his music, but she did express her appreciation for his support.

"I'm sure she was hip and briefed," Pusha told BI. "But [the conversation] was simply about engaging, and being engaged, and making sure that I engage people to vote, and get my demographic to vote. Get people out to the polls, that was her main thing."

But how effective will this plan be? Those who are familiar with Pusha’s background understandably raised their eyebrows after the contest was posted on Clinton’s Twitter account. Naturally, social media was quick to point out how bizarre it was that the presidential hopeful was using a former drug dealer to inspire voter registration. Some considered the move offensive pandering, while others considered it hilarious. It seemed everybody had something to say. 

Check out some of the reactions below.  ​