Moby Responds To Donald Trump Asking Him To DJ His Inauguration — With A Major Challenge & A Revolutionary Playlist!

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Donald Trump‘s inauguration has become such a sh*t show!

On Monday, Moby took to Instagram to reveal he had been asked to DJ one of Donald’s inauguration balls. Let’s just say the entertainer’s response was HILARIOUS.

As we previously reported, the famed DJ was a vocal opponent of Drumpf throughout the 2016 election and he’s always been an outspoken liberal.

Related: These Celebs Are Holding A Benefit Concert At The Same Time As The Inauguration!

While it might seem weird for Trump’s team to reach out to the musician, it seems totally logical to us considering the president-elect has been rejected by a long list of entertainers who flat-out refused to perform at his inauguration. Even Charlotte Church declined and dissed Donald’s request.

Per the 51-year-old’s funny IG post, he joked that he’d only play the inauguration ball if Trump would FINALLY release his tax returns!

Ch-ch-check out Moby’s response to the ridiculousness (below)!

Ha! We’re still laughing too, Moby!

To make matters even better, Billboard Magazine reached out to the music man for his hypothetical inauguration playlist and it’s wonderful on SO many levels.

Take a look at the anti-hate setlist (below)!

Public Enemy – Fight The Power

Rage Against The Machine – Killing In The Name

Neil Young – Ohio (Live At Massey Hall 1971)

Moby, The Void Pacific Choir – Erupt and Matter

Radiohead – Idioteque

Green DayAmerican Idiot

The Clash – I’m So Bored With The U.S.A.

Killing Joke – War Dance

Public Enemy – Mklvfkwr

Sham 69 – If The Kids Are United

Stop The Violence Movement – Self Destruction

Bob Marley and The Wailers – Get Up, Stand Up

The Sex Pistols – Anarchy In The U.K.

Creedence Clearwater Revival – Who’ll Stop The Rain

Kendrick LamarAlright

Marvin Gaye – What’s Going On

Yusuf/Cat Stevens – Peace Train

Bob Dylan – Masters of War

U2 – Sunday Bloody Sunday

Sam Cooke – A Change Is Gonna Come

Buffalo Springfield – For What It’s Worth

Melanie – Lay Down (Candles In The Rain)

Gil-Scott Heron – The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

John Lennon – Imagine (2010 Remaster)

Pete Seeger – We Shall Overcome

Billie Holiday – Strange Fruit

We love the addition of Strange Fruit at the end!! And we’re sure Rebecca Ferguson would too!

So, what do YOU think of the musician’s playlist?

[Image via WENN/Derrick Salters/NBC.]

Jan 10, 2017 1:43pm PDT

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