Travis Scott and Playboi Carti's 'FE!N' Played at White House During Protest
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The collaborative song that was created by the two famous artists appears to have been played by the White House as documented in a video from a protest near Lafayette Square.

AceShowbiz - The intersection of politics and culture is sometimes as controversial as it is intriguing. Recently, a video surfaced showing the White House seemingly playing Travis Scott (II) and Playboi Carti's "FE!N" during a protest near Lafayette Square.

The protest was in support of a ceasefire in the Israel-Palestine conflict, and theories abound that the music was used to quell the dissent. The video, which also displayed a "Free Gaza" message, has spurred much debate. Interestingly, the timing of the event coincided with Washington, D.C.'s annual Capital Pride celebrations, adding to the complexity of the city's atmosphere.

This incident comes amid ongoing preparations for Travis Scott and Playboi Carti to perform at Chicago's Summer Smash festival. Both have used "FE!N" extensively in their recent concerts and TV performances, including memorable appearances on "Saturday Night Live" (SNL) and at the Grammys. The controversy at the White House has only served to amplify the song's unexpected relevance in political discourse.

In the world of pop culture, it's becoming increasingly common for music and political events to intertwine, creating powerful moments that resonate on multiple levels. As we move forward, it'll be exciting to see how artists continue to navigate this landscape, balancing their creative outputs with the world's ever-evolving socio-political climate.

Speaking of "SNL", the show's 49th season was notably marked by a variety of musical performances. This season featured an impressive lineup of artists, from household names like Jennifer Lopez and Billie Eilish to emerging talents such as Renee Rapp and Ice Spice. Some performances were universally praised, while others struggled with sound quality and stage presence.

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