Beastie Boys Mike D We are not fans of Ah nold

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MIKE D ON STAND FOR LAWSUIT AGAINST ENERGY DRINK

JUNE 5, 2014 – Apparently the Beastie Boys are no fans of Arnold Schwarzenegger and his conservative politics. The New York Daily News is reporting that musician Mike D from the Beastie Boys, in court suing an energy drink for using one of their songs in a promotional video without their permission, said on the witness stand he and the band turned down a lot of money when Arnold Schwarzenegger wanted to use their song “Sabatoge” for his movie of the same name. Mike D said they didn’t allow Schwarzenegger to use their song because, “It felt too much like an endorsement. We’re not fans of his work and maybe some of his recent actions.” Read more on NYDailyNews.com here.  (photo credit: Fabio Venni/CC)

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