We all know that Beyonce and Jay-Z are Team Obama! Earlier this week Jay-Z and Beyonce announced that they would lend their helping hand in the campaign to re-elect President Obama by throwing an exclusive fundraising campaign dinner. Beyonce also sent out a message on how to enter a contest to meet President Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama and her and Jay-Z.

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Jay-Z and Beyonce are at it again. The two are very open with their support of president Obama and were very invovled in helping bring attention to the importance of voting during his first election campaign. Jay-Z and wife Beyonce are throwing their support behind President Obama for re-election. The two are planning their second event in support of the president and if this event goes right they could raise which should $4,000,000 just on ticket sales.

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President Obama Responds To Nicki Minaj Romney Endorsement

You might recall our recent coverage of Nicki Minaj‘s controversial verse on Lil Wayne’s new Dedication 4 mixtape, in which she seemingly throws her support behind Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. President Obama offered his thoughts on the line in an interview with Power 105.3 in Orlando:

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Celebrities from Kim Kardashian to Lady Gaga are reacting to President Barack Obama’s first public endorsement of same sex marriage. The President, who previously stated that his stance on the issue of gay marriage was “evolving,” affirmed his personal support of a such a union in an interview with ABC News’ Robin Roberts Wednesday. Kim Kardashian tweeted “Thank you, President Obama! READ MORE

Barack Obama found himself testing his vocals skills again singing the blues anthem of his hometown of Chicago, after being persuaded by the legendary singer B.B. King. During the performance of “Sweet Home Chicago,” President Obama, who wowed many when he sang a few words from “Let’s Stay Together” at a Harlem event, was coaxed to deliver a few lines. ”Come on, baby don’t you want to go?” President Obama sang into the mic, as Mick Jagger and B.B. King rocked on stage.

Obama then delivered the final lyric: “Sweet Home Chicago.” According to the Associated Press, Obama talked about the what the blues mean to him at the event, saying that “this music speaks to something universal. No one goes through life without both joy and pain, triumph and sorrow. The blues gets all of that, sometimes with just one lyric or one note. ” Check out the video below… READ MORE

 Drake hopes that his acting talents will one day land him in the White House. The rap superstar recently told VH1 that he would love to play President Barack Obama if a movie was ever made about his life. Drake says playing Obama is actually a goal of his, noting that he pays close attention to the Commander-in-Chief’s tendencies whenever he’s on television. Drizzy states that he’s inspired to do something for his “culture,” adding that he and his friends are currently busy with writing projects.
 Before becoming one of the biggest names in hip-hop, Drake starred in the Canadian series “Degrassi: The Next Generation.” He’s also lending his voice to the animated film “Ice Age: Continental Drift,” which arrives July 13th. Here’s a clip of Drakes acting skills….

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