Both men may be better politicians than rappers, but Dahl is clearly the better MC, delivering a jab at Finance Minister Bjarne Corydon's controversial handling of the partial sale of Dong Energy to Goldman Sachs.
“Corydon, dinge dinge dinge dinge Dong. It is just not good form” (again, it works better in Danish).
Dahl also displayed his party's strong national pride.
“We want more Denmark and less EU. We are proud of the Danish, Danish, Danish flag,” he rapped to the amusement of Nova FM's hosts.
The radio station plans to bring in other politicians to spit some rhymes and PM Helle Thorning-Schmidt is reportedly considering the offer. Watch out, Nicki Minaj.
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