'You spelled Beyonce wrong': Mayor Pete Buttigieg's husband just publicly trolled the 2020 contender over his taste in music
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- Mayor Pete Buttigieg just got trolled by his husband, Chasten, after he suggested having the band Phish play at his inauguration "would be something."
- Responding to a tweet on Buttigieg's assertion, Chasten said, "You spelled Beyoncé wrong."
- Buttigieg's 2020 presidential bid has gained significant momentum in recent weeks and he's rising in the polls.
Buttigieg replied, "Oh wow, I don't know - that's a fun one to think about." previously expressed his affection for the band and has played at least one of their songs at his events.
"If you could get Phish to do an inauguration that would be something," Buttigieg replied. "It's worth a shot, maybe we should ask them."This apparently does not align with the musical tastes of the South Bend mayor's husband. In response to a tweet on TMZ's encounter with Buttigieg, Chasten said, "You spelled Beyoncé wrong."Advertisement
Buttigieg in recent weeks has emerged as a serious contender for the 2020 Democratic nomination after initially being pegged as a complete long-shot.rising rapidly in the polls and stacking up in strong fundraising numbers compared to other candidates.Advertisement
In a broad field of 2020 Democratic candidates that includes some heavy hitters, Buttigieg currently ranks fifth overall, according to the latest Morning Consult polling.
You spelled Beyoncé wrong https://t.co/IdCusEfANc- Chasten Buttigieg (@Chas10Buttigieg) April 18, 2019
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