World famous electro house DJ and producer Steve Aoki, best known for his innumerable dance remixes and smash hit, "I'm In The House," a collaboration with the Black Eyed Peas' Zuper Blahq (a.k.a. will.i.am) that dominated the clubs earlier this year, quietly visited Occupy Philly Thursday night.
His presence went largely unnoticed amidst the chaos of the encampment attempting a move to Thomas Paine Plaza after a late-night vote, where they were met by police and sent back to City Hall.
Aoki tweeted, "Had to stop by and support #occupyphilly before the crazy tla show," and "44 days straight people holding up at #occupyphilly," along with the following pictures (Aoki is in the second photo):
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