The first black president has meant the first hip-hop president in many ways, but President Obama looked like he was breaking bonds with the community once the whole Jay-Z/Beyonce Cuba fiasco caused a stir.

But if the President’s response to the controversy at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner means anything, then the president is as down as ever.

Entering to a snippet of DJ Khaled’s “All I Do Is Win,” the president asked, “How do you like my new entrance music?”

He took it a step further and nudged the uptight conservatives who’ve been complaining about the president hobnobbing with such “lowbrow” individuals.

“Rush Limbaugh warned you about this — second term, baby. We’re changing things around here a little bit,” Obama joked.

He specifically addressed the Jay-Z/Cuba incident in his speech saying, “ Some things are beyond my control. For example, this whole controversy about Jaz-Z going to Cuba — it’s unbelievable. I’ve got 99 problems and now Jay-Z is one.”

Alright now, Barry. In the words of Jigga man himself, he’s pretty much telling the Republicans and critics, “I’m so bossy, bitch get off me!”

I have a feeling this means things between the president and Jay are okay.


Obama Addresses Jay-Z Controversy

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[H/T: Rap-Up]

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