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Russian Pop Star Connected To Trump Tower Meeting Makes Shady Music Video

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Russian pop music star Emin Agalarov, who helped arrange the infamous meeting with Donald Trump Jr. at Trump Tower has put out a shady music video. The video portrays himself being involved with illegal activities connected to Donald Trump.

The video shows Emin socializing with Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump, Hillary Clinton, and Stormy Daniels. Emin hands over a mysterious envelope, as he repeatedly sings “You got me so good, you really got me so good.” Check out the video below.

Who is Erin Agalarov and why is he doing this?

Emin and his wealthy developer father, Aras worked with Trump to host the Miss Universe Pageant in Russia. They spent time with Trump during his visit to Moscow for the pageant in 2013. This trip has been the subject of intrigue and under scrutiny in recent years.

The Agalarovs took Trump out to various high-profile events during the trips schmoozing him along the way. Trump returned the favor by shooting a cameo for one of Emin’s music videos. In it, Trump sounded extremely enthusiastic about working with them on future business deals, especially Moscow Trump Tower. Emin’s sister showed up to Trump Tower soon afterward “bearing a gift for Trump”. That gift was a box with a sealed letter from Putin. 

What is Emin’s connection to the 2016 presidential campaign?

In June 2016 during the presidential campaign, Emin had his publicist, Rob Goldstone, contact Donald Trump Jr. with a message from his father Aras. The “Crown prosecutor of Russia” had some information that could “incriminate” Hillary Clinton, Goldstone wrote in an email. “This is obviously very high level and sensitive information but is part of Russia and its government’s support for Mr. Trump — helped along by Aras and Emin,” Goldstone wrote.

Don Jr. responded enthusiastically (“If it’s what you say I love it”), and arranged the now-infamous meeting with a Russian delegation at Trump Tower.

When Don Jr.’s meeting became known last summer, it seemed to clearly show Trump’s team willing to accept campaign help from the Russian government. However, all parties involved claimed that the meeting was uneventful and led nowhere.

Documents later released by the Senate Judiciary Committee show Goldstone texting Emin worrying about his own reputation being at risk because he was being painted as having a link to Putin. Emin responded: “That should give you mega PR,” with an eyebrows-raised emoji face.

Now, it’s Emin himself who appears to want “mega PR,” with his new video flaunting his starring role in the Russian collusion investigation. He lives in Russia so he isn’t in any legal danger from Robert Mueller’s probe. So why not, right?

What is up with this video?

The video shows Emin hanging out with Trump, Ivanka, Stormy Daniels, and Hillary Clinton characters — all as he’s being surveilled by a clandestine figure.

One scene portrays Emin with Trump at the 2013 Miss Universe pageant. “I wish you at least would be honest, I wish that you told me the truth,” Emin croons as footage of him and Trump plays. 

Another scene shows a shadowy figure at a computer watching Trump in a hotel room partying with half-naked women. The figure then erases Trump from the video. Is Emin suggesting that he knows something about the “pee tape” rumor?

Emin also shows himself paying off Stormy Daniels in an elevator, and networking with a hard-partying Hillary Clinton. Mark Zuckerberg shows up too. Eventually, the whole group hangs out together to play a round of shady collusion poker. The shadowy figure surveilling them all while eating popcorn is revealed to be the hermit kingdom dictator, Kim Jong Un.

At the end of the video, Emin plays actual footage of Donald Trump wishing him a happy birthday, recorded in 2014. Surprisingly, there’s been no verbal tongue-lashing from Trump’s twitter account about the video yet. Mega PR, for sure.

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