Sarko's Son Pens Song for Angry Rapper

Anti-Sarko singer didn't know he was son of prez
By Zach Samalin,  Newser Staff
Posted Jan 9, 2008 10:53 AM CST
Sarko's Son Pens Song for Angry Rapper
French President Nicolas Sarkozy delivers his speech during a press conference replacing the traditional New Year address to the press, at the Elysee Palace in Paris, Tuesday Jan. 8; 2008. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)   (Associated Press)

(Newser) – A rapper who hates French President Nicolas Sarkozy has recorded a tune by the president's own 23-year-old son, the Times of London reports. Sarko junior, a hip-hop producer who goes by the name Mosey, helped produce rapper Poison's music and threw in some lyrics. "The guy brought me music," Poison said. "He does good sh**." But Poison didn't know Mosey was really Sarko junior.

"When I found out, I blew a fuse," Poison said, but then told young Sarko: "Hey, no problem. You never done me wrong. We'll just do good stuff." Rappers have been gunning for Sarkozy ever since he prosecuted a half dozen of them for insulting police. Poison joined an anti-Sarko video, rapping, “Anti-Sarko, anti-right, Nicolas don’t you hear. We’re anti-you.” (Read more Nicolas Sarkozy stories.)

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