Sean Reyes has spent most of his time as Utah Attorney General fighting human trafficking and tackling white collar crime, but today we learned he is multi-talented. Apparently Reyes fights like Ali and rhymes like Pac, because he threw down a quick verse that was pretty slick for a guy who hasn’t spent much time in music.
Utah AG Sean Reyes pic.twitter.com/flW0AUMI23
— Zach Merrill (@z_t_m17) April 14, 2017
At the moment Reyes is being considered by the Trump administration to chair the Federal Trade Commission. While I would’t wager that Trump is a yuge hip-hop fan himself, I’m sure having a slick wit and smooth rhymes don’t hurt Reyes’ chances, right?
Reyes, rhymes he is an “innovating devastating lawman AQ.” To be honest, I don’t even know what a lawman AQ is, but I know that if he said that to me I would just say: “absolutely Mr. Lawman AQ, sounds good.” It just sounds right — and you don’t question it.
Plus he follows it up by saying he’ll knock out anyone who battles him like Ali did Fraser…granted he doesn’t say which Ali V Fraser clash, so theoretically it could be the one Fraser won, in which case…tough sell Reyes.
But on a slightly more serious note, Reyes connected with the students; most were clearly stunned by the time he wrapped his verse. That ability to connect with regular people, especially young people could go a very long ways if he does get a job offer at the FTC. Plus, it can’t hurt to have this guy around incase you get caught in legislative rap battle…bigly.