Earlier this month, Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta‘s emails were hacked and leaked to Wikileaks. An email dated February 21, 2016 — which appears to be a thread shared among members of the campaign staff — read:
“I guess Killer Mike didn’t get the message.”
The context of the message is unclear, but as Pitchfork reports, the message was sent following Killer Mike’s public support of Bernie Sanders during the Democratic primary race. The Run The Jewels rapper also criticized Hillary Clinton.
Now Mike is turning lemons into lemonade.
Fans can purchase t-shirts and hoodies that feature the email via Daylight Curfew. The t-shirts are selling at $28 a pop, while the hoodies are running at $65.
Killer Mike is slated to drop Run the Jewels 3 with El-P pretty soon. Their new track, “Talk To Me,” will appear in Adult Swim’s latest singles series.
SOURCE: Pitchfork | PHOTO CREDIT: Erika Goldring / Getty
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