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Protesters flooded the streets of Atlanta this past weekend to stand against white supremacy and hatred, which was first displayed in Charlottesville. And amid the usual chants and rhymes, some protesters took the liberty of giving Ludacris’s 2002 hit, “Move B***h” a political remix.
Ludacris posted a video on his Instagram account, which showed a bird's-eye view of thousands of protesters remixing his track. In the brief clip, the demonstrators were heard chanting the single’s chorus, swapping in Donald Trump’s name. “Move Trump, get out the way,” they yelled.
Their chants may have been aggressive, but the march was reportedly a peaceful demonstration that welcomed nearly 2,000 people to condemn the violence that took place in Charlottesville, AJC.com reports.
Ludacris’s single isn’t the first hip-hop single that has been used during protests, though, as past tracks include Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright” and Public Enemy’s “Fight the Power.” Additionally, protesters have also launched a petition to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee and replace it with a statue of Missy Elliott.
Check out the video of Trump protesters remixing Ludacris’s song below.