Hillary Clinton brought out the big guns during her rally in Cleveland on Friday night, with Beyoncé, Jay Z and Chance the Rapper all showing up to implore the good people of Ohio to not fuck this thing up.
“Beyoncé & Jay Z & Hillary & You?,” the caption says, but the subtext is clear. “Don’t you want to be with the cool kids, over at Club Pantsuit?” it whispers. “Everyone is here.”
The concert was held to urge young black voters—many of whom have been resistant to supporting Hillary—to vote on Tuesday. And you know what? If it takes Beyoncé’s performance of “Formation” to propel people out of their homes and to the polls, fine. I don’t care if the lyrics themselves lift people from their kitchen tables and carry them to voting booths on their gentle, bobbing tide. Fuck, I don’t care if Beyoncé shows up with a U-Haul, screams “GET IN” and drives folks there herself. Is that even legal? Whatever.
Also my stars, that woman can really rock a pantsuit. (You look fine too, Hil.)
You can almost feel Calvin Harris debating the wording of this tweet.
“I am blessed to work with incredible artists,” he taps out. He pauses.
“...@rihanna...” he adds.
“Eh, fuck it,” he says, hitting send.