Mary J. Blige Has Spoken! Twitter Response to Hillary Clinton Interview, "Shut the F*ck Up"
Mary J. Blige must have heard all the talk surrounding her odd interview with Hillary Clinton. Last night on Twitter she posted and then removed this message to all the "crabs in a barrel" - "Shut the f*ck up."
The queen of hip-hop soul has been expanding her talents beyond just being a soulful singer from the Bronx.
The "No More Drama" singer has lent her vocal skills to the new theme song for the daytime talk show, The View.
And she's also the host of "Real Talk," a podcast where she has interviewed many celebrity entertainers and most recently, democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, for a new segment.
Though the full interview will not air until Sept. 30, as reported by Centric, it's the preview video that has fans up in arms over the video's awkwardness.
The full interview titled, "The 411 With Mary J. Blige," has fans comparing the Apple Music segment to that of her 2012 Burger King Crispy Chicken commercial, where she sang of the sandwich's goodness to the tune of her 2011 "Don't Mind" single.
That commercial, much like the Clinton preview, has received so much criticism from "haters" and "crabs in a barrell" that the The Queen of Hearts just couldn't remain silent.
"They got mary j. blige out here looking like homegirl off the incredibles," tweeted @thatgirlsalina.
"Anyone who can keep a straight face while Mary J. Blige is singing at them like that deserves to be president," tweeted @NayashMC.
The hateful memes and posts continued after the teaser's release on Sept. 27 that the King and Queen of Hearts Tour headliner could no longer remain silent.
She took to Twitter to post this now removed response to everyone who had something negative to say.
She went all the way in pic.twitter.com/xKPbrkiTWs
— Wanda Coppage (@OhthatsWanda) September 28, 2016
Like you’ve never seen them before.@MaryJBlige sits down with @HillaryClinton.#The411 Coming September 30th.https://t.co/hbaWqfjJcp pic.twitter.com/P2qpm3h3Pm — Apple Music (@AppleMusic) September 27, 2016