Actress Stacy Dash appeared on the Piers Morgan show to respond to all the criticism she received when she announced on Twitter she would be putting her support behind Republican candidate Mitt Romney after voting for Obama last election. Hear her out.
Stacey hun….we gotta roll with the dude that tweeted you. We’re all for having a voice and an opinion, but we’re also fans of arithmetic…ya’ know? Numbers. Lets forget the fact that you’re Black. You’re an unemployed woman. Please explain how you will benefit from Mitt Romney being in office! You sound like a damn fool!
There are many celebrities coming out on both sides of the 2012 presidential election in support of the two candidates. President Obama has shown off Jay-Z, Beyonce, Bon Jovi, Magic Johnson, Kerry Washington, Eva Longoria, Katy Perry, Stevie Wonder, Tom Hanks and George Clooney, Jennifer Hudson (etc. etc. etc. etc. etc. etc.), while former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has Clint Eastwood, Robert Duvall and Kelsey Grammer.
Now Romney can add a “Clueless” woman to his roster of supporters in none other than Actress Stacey Dash. Stacey recently tweeted her support of Romney, writing:
The caption accompanied the below picture.
In less than a millisecond her Twitter followers ripped her a new one! Continue reading
Nicki Minaj caused a firestorm amongst her fans after endorsing Mitt Romney for president on Lil Wayne’s new mixtape. The gag is that she’s not even registered to vote.
Check out what Rhymes With Snitch via Gawker is reporting:
“I’m a Republican voting for Mitt Romney.”
Fact check: Mostly false. A search of voter rolls in California and New York, where Minaj maintains homes, comes up empty; which means that not only is Minaj not a registered Republican voting for Mitt Romney, she’s not voting at all unless she registers soon. (It’s also unclear whether or not Minaj, who was born in Trinidad and Tobago, is an American citizen.)
Ummmm…Nicki. You might want to stop focusing on making rap songs about who you’re voting on and work on not getting deported!
A Nicki Minaj verse on Lil Wayne’s new mixtape Dedication 4 is whipping all the blogs up into an unnecessary frenzy about her political preferences. The rapper dove into politics during her guest appearance on Lil Wayne’s latest mix tape, “Dedication 4,” which was released Monday.
“I’m a Republican voting for Mitt Romney/You lazy b*****s is f*****g up the economy,” Minaj says in the song.
Minaj, who was born in Trinidad and Tobago, has been vocal about American politics. Her publicist has denied requests for comment on whether the Barb’s line in the rap song is actually intended to be an endorsement of Romney. Earlier this year Minaj tweeted her opposition to the president’s health care law.
“Even with Obama Care, too much involved,” Minaj tweeted.” Just give FREE health care to all. @BarackObama what can we do?”
Lil Wayne may not agree with his guest rapper. “You learn from what the right wing is doing and you take something from it,” he told Vibe last year. “You have to make the most of who you are because the Republicans are never going to like us.”
Pop the hood to listen to the track:
What do you think? Is Nicki just being another one of her characters?
Is Snoop Dogg throwing his weight behind 2012 Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul? Here’s what Reuters is reporting:
The rapper and marijuana enthusiast appeared to grant his endorsement to GOP candidate Paul on his Facebook page late Monday, posting a picture of Paul with the headline “Smoke Weed Everyday”. Snoop Dogg — born Calvin Broadus — included the message “Because I said so” with his post.
Broadus — whose most recent marijuana-related arrest occurred earlier this month, at the Texas border town of Sierra Blanca — is presumably drawn to Paul due to the libertarian-leaning candidate’s stance on drugs. Paul, an advocate of smaller federal government, was a co-sponsor of the States’ Rights to Medical Marijuana Act, and supports the Personal Use of Marijuana by Responsible Adults Act of 2008. Continue reading
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