Report: Brave DJ Boldly Rebuffs Bill Clinton’s Request To Turn Music Down

Report: Brave DJ Boldly Rebuffs Bill Clinton’s Request To Turn Music Down

Confronted by former President Bill Clinton at a Hamptons hot spot, one brave DJ stood up for her right to party.

Two sources confirmed to Page Six that a female DJ refused to turn down her music after Clinton put in a request with the Maidstone staff last Friday night. One of the sources described the turn-of-events as such: “Bill asked the staff to turn down the music as the late-night music scene was just beginning because there were still people having dinner [and their table was deep in political discussion]. They were told ‘no’ by the DJ. The wait staff was pleading with the DJ to turn down the music, but the DJ wasn’t having it.”

A second person confirmed Clinton requested a volume deduction from the DJ. According to the outlet, Clinton was dining with “longtime … backer and DC lobbyist Liz Robbins,” among other guests.

It takes a lot to prioritize the audibility of your set over the request of a former president. But Friday night is sacred. We salute you, anonymous Hamptons DJ. Stay strong and party on.

Emily Jashinsky is culture editor at The Federalist. You can follow her on Twitter @emilyjashinsky .
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