Unless you’ve been living under a rock, then you know that today the FCC made the controversial ruling to repeal #NetNeutrality. What you may have missed though, was the cringe-worthy video FCC Chairman Ajit Pai released in attempt poke fun at the issue. What you’ll see below is, at the end of the video, Pai uses Baauer’s “Harlem Shake” track allegedly without the proper permission. Baauer promptly responded on Twitter that he is willing to “take action…whatever I can do to stop this loser.” See the tweet below and watch Ajit Pai’s awful video below.
I’m Taking action. Whatever I can do to stop this loser https://t.co/Ajo6wBATdF
— Aa (@baauer) December 14, 2017
Update: Mad Decent has released an official statement on the matter as well:
Official statement re the use of “Harlem Shake” in Daily Caller’s video of FCC Chairman Ajit Pai: neither Mad Decent nor Baauer approved this use nor do we approve of the message contained therein. We have issued a takedown will pursue further legal action if it is not removed.
— MAD DECENT (@maddecent) December 15, 2017