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Mary J. Blige Sang Hillary Clinton a Bruce Springsteen Song About Police Brutality and Twitter Turned It Into a Meme

Mary J. Blige Sang Hillary Clinton a Bruce Springsteen Song About Police Brutality and Twitter Turned It Into a Meme

Like you’ve never seen them before.@MaryJBlige sits down with @HillaryClinton.#The411Coming September 30th.https://t.co/hbaWqfjJcp pic.twitter.com/P2qpm3h3Pm— Apple Music (@AppleMusic) September 27, 2016 Shortly after Monday night's presidential debate, Apple Music released a video teaser for an upcoming interview Mary J. Blige conducted with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Though the interview, called The 411 with Mary J. Blige seemingly in reference to Blige's landmark 1992 album What's the 411, is ostensibly an actual sit-down, the clip showed Blige serenading Clinton with a song about police brutality. "If an officer stops you, always be polite,

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