The Florida Republican, who revealed in an interview earlier this year that he’s a big fan of Tupac Shakur and Public Enemy, wrote on Twitter on Saturday:
Is there any pop song that Pitbull is NOT featured in?— Rep. Trey Radel (@treyradel) June 29, 2013
Pitbull, a Miami-born rapper, can currently be heard on the Jennifer Lopez single, “Live it Up,” and his hit “Feel This Moment,” featuring vocals from Christina Aguilera.
After saying in a GQ interview last year that Pitbull’s tunes “are all party songs,” Sen. Marco RubioMarco RubioGlenn Beck: I was wrong about Ted Cruz Senate rivals gear up for debates Rubio: End of Obama's term could be 'most damaging yet' MORE (Fla.) clarified in a tweet that he’s a fan of the “Don’t Stop the Party” rapper’s music, writing, “@Pitbull makes party music not message music. Always been a place for that in #HipHop. As he gets older he will have more 2 say about life.”