St Louis, MO - The Nutmeg News can report that a new web based movement trying to attract musician and dub-step artist Skrillex to Major League Soccer was launched after news was announced of DJ and music producer Diplo buying a stake in soccer club Arizona United.
"We here in St. Louis want soccer and given that no one here with money apparently wants to own a Major League Soccer franchise, we decided to reach out to the music industry after spending 20 minutes looking up who Diplo was on Wikipedia," stated director of the MLS 4 Skrillex campaign Ron Jorgenson. "This is a way to get fresh blood into Major League Soccer, a new soccer club for St. Louis and a way for Mr Lex, or Mr Skril, or whatever he calls himself a chance at owning a professional sports team. We proudly want to say we are #MLS4Skrillex and we would also be #MLS4deadmau5 or #MLS4Borgore, or even #MLS4xKore. No one here is going to bat an eye at bringing in a trance artist if they want to bring soccer to St. Louis."
Apparently Mr. Jorgenson originally had some confusion as to whom had purchased a stake in Arizona United stating, "At first I thought it was DUPLO. Man, that was confusing. I was pretty jealous that Arizona United had a Lego connection, but after we put two and two together, we here in St. Louis decided to do something for ourselves that Nelly wouldn't do willingly."
While the #MLS4Skrillex campaign has kicked in full swing, the prolific dub-step artist has not heard of the demand for his money, yet, stating, "What the hell are you talking about" when asked about owning a Major League Soccer franchise as he was skating in Paris today.
The Nutmeg News will have more on this as #MLS4Skrillex also reaches out to J-Kwon to see if he wants to invest and to find out where he is.