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Rappers Who Have Visited the White House

Nov 15, 2016 at 1:06 pm |
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Rappers take over Pennsylvania Ave.

Artists like Beyoncé and Kelly Clarkston performed at Obama’s inauguration. While there weren’t any hip-hop artists invited, that didn’t stop them from reppin’ their president on stages elsewhere. One being Jeezy, who belted out his hit single, “My President” when Obama won his first presidential election in 2008.

Over time, rappers have slowly crept their way into the big house. Whether it was for a party, an attempt to stand for social change, or to just to kick it with the prez, rappers from Common to Eazy-E have made their way to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

President Barack Obama shakes hands with peformer Kendrick Lamar during an Independence Day Celebration on July 4, 2016 in the White House

Credit: MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images

They not only kicked it with Michelle and Barack but more shockingly, with former presidents.

These rappers have visited the white house
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