Tomi Lahren Now Wants To Make A Remix To “Drug Dealers Anonymous”


Hip-hop music. It’s the genre critics love to hate yet imitate. Take The Blaze host Tomi Lahren, who seemed more than thrilled to be featured on the Pusha T & Jay Z track, “Drug Dealers Anonymous.”

READ Pusha T and Jay Z Discuss Their Past Lives On Pusha T’s “Drug Dealer’s Anonymous”

The conservative pundit took to Twitter to commend the single after it was released via Tidal on Tuesday (May 31.) It was just a few months ago that Lahren ran Mr. Carter’s name through the trenches when she slammed Beyonce for her Superbowl halftime show performance. 

“Your husband was a drug dealer. For fourteen years, he sold crack cocaine,” she said. “Talk about protecting black neighborhoods? Start at home.” Pusha T later revealed to Genius that the clip was the inspiration behind the track.

While many of her supporters took usage of the sample as a dig towards Lahren, she thought quite the opposite.

In an effort to capitalize off the moment, Lahren discussed a potential remix to the track with Genius’ Rob Markman on Thursday (June 2). “What are the chances they would ever include me in a music video and would there be a demand for that? I think this could be a very interesting collaboration,” she said.

Check out the thirsty interview below.

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