Monica Lewinsky did her thing almost 20 years ago. But her presidentially-acquainted mouth is still a gift that keeps on giving to rap lyricists.
Eminem, who's old enough to remember the world's most famous intern's sexcapades with President Clinton, has dropped her name over and over in verse, and G-Eazy, who was just five when Lewinsky started servicing the Commander in Chief, recently released a track titled 'Monica Lewinsky.'
Jeezy, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Beyonce, Lil B and Kid Cudi are among the artist who've helped continue to make Lewinsky's last name into a vulgar verb. But the now 41-year old is not hating. In fact, she thanked them all by name during her recent appearance at Forbes' 'Under 30 Summit' in Philadelphia.
"Some of you might be asking, ‘Who the hell is she, this Monica, and what is she doing here?' Lewinsky said at the beginning of her speech. "Or maybe even, 'What is she doing in all of those Rap lyrics?' Thank you, Beyoncé and Eminem. And Nicki Minaj. And Kid Cudi. Lil B and Lil Wayne. And of course G-Eazy, but let’s not forget Jeezy and all the rest."
The entire video is below. She talks about cyberbullying, not BJs, so be forewarned.