The pop star admitted in this exclusive interview that after giving both candidates serious consideration, she’ll be voting for Barack Obama.
Jay-Z and Bruce Springsteen rocked with President Obama in Ohio for a campaign finale. On Monday (Nov. 5), with only twelve hours before polls opened, Jay-Z performed “99 Problems” with a special shout-out to Mitt Romney.
Ice Cube finds Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney too cold for office. The West Coast rap legend and Hollywood heavyweight described the former Massachusetts governor as a dishonest car salesman.
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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.
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.”
Judging by his new song, the stroll through the Occupy Wall Street camp back in 2011 didn’t spark Kanye West’s inner 99 percenter.