Written by Jose Munoz
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Tuesday, 19 April 2016

Thanks to Bernie Sanders, SuperPac has become a source of ire for many democracy-loving Americans.

Sanders has been adamant about not accepting money from SuperPac even after the West Coast emcee offered a guest verse on Sanders' next album, J.W.A (Jews With Alzheimers). This sacrifice of near certain fame and fortune is often cited as one of the main reasons why Sanders is excelling in this year's primary.

Meanwhile, his opponent Hillary Clinton has been experiencing a backlash from the various collaborations she has made with SuperPac. In fact, she was commissioned by SuperPac to record multiple verses for hundreds of thousands of dollars. However, none of those songs have been released to the public, which has only served to increase the mistrust in the former Secretary of State.

One unnamed source who was inside the studio with Clinton as she dropped a hot 16 recalled her spitting the following line, "I don't fuck with broke niggas, vote for me if you want no hope niggas."

Of course, the only way to ensure that this report is correct is to listen to the tracks. But so far that prospect seems rather unlikely.

"I'll release my songs with SuperPac when everyone releases their songs with SuperPac," responded Clinton on numerous occasions.

Sanders reacted by releasing his tracks with Mr. Shakur during a democratic debate, "You hear that? Exactly, there's nothing. I don't make songs with SuperPac!"

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