Mary J. Blige ‘The 411’ Interview: Hillary Clinton Blanks Out
Mary Blige’s interview with Hilary Clinton gathered negative reactions from most social media users, with some calling it as “awkward.”Advertisement
The interview teaser for the R&B singer’s show “The 411,” which was dropped by Apple Music, is a teaser, talked about police brutality.
The 30-second clip showed Mary J Blige singer Bruce Springsteen’s “American Skin (41 Shots) to Hilary Clinton before the clasp hands.
She can be heard singing the lyrics, ““It ain’t no secret, my friend / You can get killed just for living in your American skin” before telling Hilary Clinton, “I just want to know, where do we go from here?”
“American Skin (41 shots)” is a song about the police shooting death of Guinean immigrant Amadou Diallo in 1999.
Democratic nominee was meanwhile shown pondering over the rapper’s questions, though her answer is yet to be revealed about her take on police brutality.
However, instead of making fans look forward to Mary J Blige’ “The 411” show on Apple Music, Twitter users were quick to notice the teaser’s cringe worthy vibe, The Hollywood Reporter said.
One Twitter user said, “Bruh. Mary J Blige singing to Hillary Clinton about police brutality was THE ABSOLUTE most awkward 30 seconds of my life.”
“I honestly couldn’t make it through the whole video,” another said.
Here are some comments of other Twitter users about the teaser.
Why is she singing the questions?? Not just singing, BELTING! So bizarre. https://t.co/aaFyaTKkCy
— Perez (@ThePerezHilton) September 27, 2016
That Mary J Blige/Hillary Clinton commercial is so cringeworthy & I felt secondhand embarrassment.
— Chihiro Ogino (@WickedBeaute) September 27, 2016
Apple Music released Mary J Blige’s Hilary Clinton interview teaser amidst the first U.S Presidential Debate between the Secretary and Donald Trump.
The full interview of “The 411” will be released on Friday, September 30 on Apple Music. “The 411” is Beats 1 radio show.
Check out Apple Music’s “The 411” teaser clip below:
— Apple Music (@AppleMusic) September 27, 2016