The American Rapper Eminem has sent a letter to Vivek Ramaswamy. Mr. Vivek is an Indian-origin tech entrepreneur. He is willing to get a Republican nomination for the 2024 US presidential elections.
He has also taken part in the Fox News Republican Debate. Marshall Mathers, who we all know as Eminem, is seeking legal representation in this case. His lawyers have sent a letter asking Mr. Ramaswamy to stop rapping his songs.
Details Of The Letter
The Not Afraid Singer sent the letter on August 23 officially through his record company BMI. The legal action comes more than a week after the US Presidential Candidate Ramaswamy made an impromptu performance. Ramaswamy performed the Rapper’s popular number “Lose Yourself at the Iowa State Fair.
“BMI will consider any performance of the Eminem works by the Vivek 2024 campaign from this date forward to be a material breach” of its license, the letter states.
Has Ramaswamy Responded?
Tricia McLaughlin is Ramaswamy’s campaign spokeswoman. She has formally reverted to the letter. Vivek just got on the stage and cut loose. To the American people’s chagrin, we will have to leave the rapping to the real slim shady.” She admitted.
On Monday night, Vivek Ramaswamy was seen making efforts to salvage the situation. He posted on the social media platform X, formally known as Twitter. He wrote, “Will The REAL Slim Shady Please Stand Up? He didn’t just say what I think he did, did he?”
Who Is Vivek Ramaswamy?
He is a 38-year-old fresh-faced individual in the world of politics. After his performance, he has been a rising star in the campaign. Ramaswamy could also be teaming up with former President Donald, according to recent speculation.
We’ll keep you updated on further developments! Stay tuned.