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former first lady michelle obama The voting initiative is partnering with a dating app that made a video titled “No Voting No Vucking.”
The ballot initiative when we all vote announced that he would be working with the BLK dating app on October 4 and doing “voter registration activations” with the company. The BLK dating app is designed for black singles looking to date, according to their website.
On October 4, the organization released a video encouraging black voters to go to the polls, titled “No Voting No Vucking,” which features Rashad Spain, known as Saucy Santana, and Katrina Taylor, known as Trina.
“No voting, no throwing, no voting, no touching”, sings Saucy Santana in the video. “If you want to hit this loot, you have to do your civic duty.
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In the video, Trina sings the lyrics “but if you wanna flirt, I’ll show you how to be a poll worker.”
“Don’t stop now, fill my ballot box again, they brought my girl from home, we’ll put the bi in partisan,” the singers also say in the video.
The video also links to a voter registration portal for When We All Vote.
Jonathan Kirkland, head of branding and marketing for dating app BLK, told AdWeek that the organization wants to get young voters involved in the election.
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“We couldn’t be more excited to announce this collaboration with two of the most trailblazing figures in hip-hop and culture,” said Kirkland. “Our viewers are inspired by Trina’s confident and powerful feminine lyrics, while Saucy Santana’s confident and fervent lyrics have broken down the barriers of inclusion in the hip-hop community. With these two cultural icons, we look forward to empower a new generation of young voters to get involved in this and future elections.”
In a statement, When We All Vote said it did not support the making of the video.
“When We All Vote was not involved in the creation, funding, or support of the making of this video,” the spokesperson said.
When asked if when we all vote notified that the video would link viewers to the When We All Vote website, the spokesperson said the link is to their registration portal.
“The link is to our voter registration portal, not directly to our website. Over 100 supporters have direct access to their own unique portal using our voter registration technology for their non-partisan voter registration efforts. We will not more comments on this video,” the spokesperson said.
When We All Vote also promoted the BLK dating app on September 22 in a tweet, linking to an article announcing the partnership between the two organizations.
“Have you heard? @meetBLK is launching a digital hub designed to change the culture of voting and politics in the Black community, amplify the voices of Black voters, and boost Black voter registration,” the tweet reads.
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Stephanie L. Young, executive director of When We All Vote, said in the linked article that the partnership aims to ensure voices within the Black community are heard during the vote. midterm elections.
“Democracy can often feel out of reach and out of touch, but we know it doesn’t have to be. With the new BLK Election Center, we’re bringing the fight for our democracy and real change in our communities to voters.” blacks in a way that empowers and engages,” Young said. “Together, we will change the culture around voting and ensure the voices of our communities are heard in the midterm elections and beyond.”