Moreu, Michael, 1969- :"I never knew rap music could make old Kiwis dip, duck, shake, wriggle and squirm so much!" 26 September 2014
Two people walk past a sign for 'Hip Hop-eration', discussion continues "Didn't you see Steven Joyce answer questions about Eminem?" Refers to reports that American rap musician Eminem and his record label were allegedly looking to sue the National Party for copyright infringement of his song 'Lose Yourself', used in their 2014 Election campaign advertisements. The 'dip, duck, shake, wriggle and squirm' refers to the evasive answers provided by the National Party when questioned about the infringement.
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