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Hillary Clinton Agrees With the Internet: Death Row Records Influenced My Style

She California Love-s it! Internet, rest assured: Hillary Clinton has seen the wildly popular memes that began circulating after the third and final presidential debate on October 19. Tweeter @double_cupp_me took to the social media platform to note the Democratic nominee’s, um, sartorial influences.

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“We gone sit here and act like Hillary Clinton ain't been representing Death Row Records at all 3 debates?” he captioned, along with side-by-side images of Clinton’s pantsuits and similar looks worn by Snoop Dogg, Suge Knight and the late Tupac Shakur.

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Surprisingly, the former Secretary of State, 69, agreed with the funny comparisons during an interview with New York City–based radio show The Breakfast Club on Wednesday, October 25. Watch her reaction in the clip above! “I think Death Row and a lot of other fashion sources have influenced my look, don’t you?” she joked when host Charlamagne Tha God showed her the social media post, which has racked up more than 102,000 retweets and 150,000 favorites.

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Charlamagne also showed her his Trapvilla #HILLARYGRAYBRIM Tee, that features the nominee donning a fitted New York Yankees cap. Rihanna stepped out in the sold-out $35 top on October 19 as well.

It's her Bornday and my skin looks amazing. Show some damn respect……

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Clinton has received plenty of support from the music world — most recently from Jay Z, who’s staging a Cleveland concert on November 4 to sway undecided voters.

“I’m thrilled to have this support," Clinton noted. "Because I think one of the biggest jobs that I will face, assuming everything goes well, is how are we going to heal all these divides?"

Another musician that loves Clinton? Stevie Wonder, who swung by the show to sing his famous rendition of “Happy Birthday” to the politician, who celebrated turning 69 that day.

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