President Obama's Hip-Hop Style Comeback at Donald Trump
President Barack Obama at Saturday night's White House Correspondents Dinner showed that he has a good sense of humor, but can also comeback at his critics and haters with verbal jabs of a serious mcee like LL Cool J, Jay-Z, 50 Cent, or Eminem.
Most of his mceeing dis was directed at Donald Trump who has publicly challenged the birth record, education credentials, and the Presidency of Obama.
The President stood tall and strong and did his own version of LL Cool J's, "Don't Call it a Comeback."
He was funny, entertaining, and lethal. He let Matt Damon, Donald Trump and everyone else know that if you want to take shots at him be ready because he's going to bring a sophisticated urban edge that will smash you, trash you, and bash you, with style and class.
Donald Trump was left speechless as if he had just been destroyed in an mcee battle. Mr. Trump who is friends with hip-hop heavyweights Russell Simmons and Sean "Diddy" Combs may need to work on his mcee style if he plans on attacking President Obama done the road. Trump has plans of running for President in 2012.
Obama made reference to late hip-hop culture icons Biggie and Tupac after he jokingly said that Trump would be the happiest person to put the birth certificate matter to rest. Obama even took jabs at Trump's TV show Celebrity Apprentice. Trump sat there as if he was put in his place or even better was given a challenge. If you can't run with the hip-hop boys you better stay in the penthouse.
During the parody trailer that was played the music and lyrics of another late hip-hop legend Ol' Dirty Bastard was used from the song 'Shimmy Shimmy Ya' "Oh baby I like it raw, Yea baby I like it raw."
Ol' Dirty got his start in hip-hop as one of the original members of the Wu-Tang Clan. He passed away November 13, 2004.
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