Celebrities Who Claim They Were Misrepresented — After Acting A Fool!

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Marco Rubio

Florida State Senator Marco Rubio tried to impress people with his knowledge about rap music in an interview with GQ. But when word got out that he thought Afrika Bambataa was a member of Public Enemy, rap fans and politically active folks around the world said he was just frontin’ for votes.

But Marco wanted the world to know that he was down for real and it was GQ’s online editors who made the mistake. Marco really does know his hip hop and grew up listening to Afrika Bambataa and Grandmaster Flash.

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