With the second Presidential debate on deck, The Game has joined the ranks of rappers for Obama, while defending the newly minted Mitt Romney supporter Stacey Dash.
While the recent presidential debate and the drooping economy has the put President Obama on the defense, First Lady Michelle Obama has hit the trail to make a case for her husband in chief and the recovering economy.
Shyne is the latest entertainer with hip-hop ties to jump on the Mitt Romney bandwagon. But the former Diddy protégé who has converted to Judaism, calls out the president over his policy in Syria.
In addition to “Firework,” Perry sang her own rendition of Al Green’s “Let’s Stay Together.”
After the debate that took place last week, Ice T has a suggestion for President Obama. But while Mitt Romney has had trouble gaining support from prominent entertainers, actress Stacey Dash has come out in the GOP candidate’s favor.
The First Lady talks about her husband’s loving shout-out at this week’s debate and her daughter, Sasha’s love of ‘House Hunters.’
Snoop Dogg highlighted a list of top ten reasons to not vote for Mitt Romney as well as the reasons to vote for President Obama. The politically incorrect list refers to Romney as a “white n****” who looks like he “says n****” all the time.”
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Don’t expect Lupe Fiasco to pledge allegiance to the flag. The outspoken political rapper recently explained why he won’t stand by the stars and stripes and why his anti-voting stance is not meant to be anti-patriotic.
Jay-Z recently revealed his conservative leanings. While he was promoting the NBA 2K13 game at the 40/40 Club in Manhattan last night, he offered his philosophy on politics and voiced his support for small government.