San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee: 2 Legit 2 Quit?

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee (left) and M.C. Hammer (right). San Franciscans for Jobs and Good Government

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee (left) and M.C. Hammer (right).
San Franciscans for Jobs and Good Government
Herman Cain's campaign is not the only one with a new click-worthy internet adout: San Franciscans for Jobs and Good Government released a memorable ad Tuesday morning supporting interim San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee - starring Oakland native M.C. Hammer.

The ad touts Lee, who took over after former Mayor Gavin Newsom became lieutenant governor, as "2 Legit 2 Quit" - a "remixed" version of the song for which features prominently, along with Hammer himself.

It also features cameos from a handful of other Bay Area celebrities - such as Will.i.am, San Francisco Giants pitcher Brian Wilson, Google's Marissa Mayer, and Twitter co-founder Biz Stone.

In a Tuesday morning Tweet, Hammer said he was "bringing back a classic!" in honor of Lee, San Francisco's first Asian American mayor.

Aaron McClear, a spokesman for San Franciscans for Jobs and Good Government, told ABC News they "really were looking for a creative way to cut through the clutter."

Watch the video below.

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