Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene recently made headlines when she used one of Dr. Dre’s songs “Still D.R.E.” as the music bed for her entrance to the house chamber. Following this, the rapper sent her a legal threat asking the politician to “stop using my music or else.”

Howard King sent out a letter to Marjorie Taylor Greene informing her that Dr. Dre does not want her to use his music to promote her “divisive and hateful political agenda.” Greene fired back saying that she would never play Dr. Dre’s words of “violence against women and police officers.”

It now seems like the threat worked as an employee of Greene sent a letter to Howard King. Greene responded way before the 5 pm deadline imposed by King. TMZ obtained a copy of the letter which read in part as follows:

“On behalf of Congresswoman Greene, please be advised that no further use of Mr. Young’s copyright will be made by a political committee or via social media outlet she controls.”

It looks like Marjorie Taylor Greene will have to find another song to use as a music bed for her videos. It will be interesting to see what her next selection will be. Stay tuned to Thirsty For News for more similar stories.

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