Macklemore says 'no' to OKC Thunder's use of 'Can't Hold Us Down'

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Macklemore & Ryan Lewis may be okay with their songs popping up in commercials left and right, but at the end of the day hometown pride is a powerful thing. That may be why Macklemore disapproves of the Oklahoma City Thunder's use of the duo's latest number one single, "Can't Hold Us Down," as a rally song for fans of the NBA team.

When someone tweeted the information to him, Macklemore responded with a simple, "OH H*** NO!" A Seattle native, he may still hold a grudge over the Thunder relocating from his hometown, where they were known as the Supersonics. As it stands, Seattle still has no replacement NBA team.

Former Supersonic player Detlef Schrempf chimed in with a tweet as well, writing "that's ours and not okc." The Thunder have yet to respond to any of the tweets. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis are next scheduled to perform at the Billboard Music Awards May 19 on ABC.
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