Dr. Dre Rips 'Divisive' Marjorie Taylor Greene for Using "Still D.R.E." in Promo Video

Dr. Dre called out Marjorie Taylor Greene for using one of his songs in a video, blasting the far-right Georgia Republican as “divisive and hateful.”

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Dr. Dre called out Marjorie Taylor Greene for using one of his songs in a video, blasting the Georgia congresswoman as “divisive and hateful.”

On Monday, Greene took to Twitter to post a clip featuring the congresswoman walking through the halls of the Capitol, entering and exiting elevators, and even fielding a phone call from former President Donald Trump, whom she refers to as “DT.” It’s soundtracked by “Still D.R.E.,” the Snoop Dogg-featuring single from Dre’s 1999 album 2001.

“It’s time to begin.. and they can’t stop what’s coming,” Greene captioned the clip.

TMZ caught up with Dr. Dre on Monday to find out if he approved the use of his song. Unsurprisingly, the hip-hop mogul denied having any involvement in Greene’s use of “Still D.R.E.,” before blasting the congresswoman as “divisive and hateful.”

“I don’t license my music to politicians, especially someone as divisive and hateful as this one,” Dre told the outlet.

After peaking at No. 93 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1999, the track re-entered the chart in 2022, climbing to No. 22, on the heels of Dre’s performance at last year’s Super Bowl halftime show. 

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