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President Obama Gets Funny With Jay-Z and DJ Khaled At Correspondence Dinner



(AllHipHop News)
President Obama let the funnies loose again at the annual Correspondence Dinner in Washington D.C. over the weekend, a festivity that included DJ Khaled and Jay-Z references.

The president hit the podium in the Washington Hilton Hotel to the sweet sounds of DJ Khaled’s T-Pain assisted “All I Do Is Win,” a move certain to raise the ire of Republicans.

The president also addressed the Jay-Z/Cuba issue that caused controversy.

Obama said, “But some things are beyond my control. For example, this whole controversy about Jay-Z going to Cuba. It’s unbelievable. I’ve got 99 problems and now Jay-Z’s one. That’s another rap reference, Bill, I want to let you know.”

See the whole video below.

And here’s Conan O’Brien’s speech.

  • RMfag

    Id suck obama off with my “rahm”en lips.

    • RMfag

      Im sure Ms O has a nice penis herself.

      • RMfag

        Jayz’ is big and tasty from what Ive heard. But Bey dont like to put her vaginal rings on it because she’s a lezzie lizard.

  • RMfag

    Obama is sexy.

    • RMfag

      #ShirtlessObama

      • RMfag

        #TrannyMichelle2013 #MsO’spenis2013 #TrannyClintonTrannyObama2016

  • ONE

    The moderators of this site should really be doing more to get this rmfaggot nigga banned.SMH

    • dominicancoke

      Im with you banned that fag from ahh

      • Inmadopicouroz✓QUEENSᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

        u too fag papi!

    • Guest

      It will just find a way to come back as somebody else, but I also agree wit u it’s getting real old.

    • MrNoName2K

      ^5 co”MOTHER F*CKIN” sign!!

    • NEWSKULL

      it is better to ignore that nigga…

  • them niggas look like they were doing the shoulder bounce in that pic lol

    • Guest

      ImFred – respect the President and 1st Lady – or go home.

      • I always use the term “nigga” and I’m not switching it up for the prezzy and his wife. If you wanna get your panties in a bunch and take a subjective word (for many in the hip hop community) the wrong way go ahead, idgaf. I say what I want when I want.

      • Guest

        ImFred – OK – you keep saying what you want when you want – I’d like that for you too.

      • ONE

        Stop acting like a bitch

  • Modesto Koczwara

    Obama time to be a president…..

    • Guest

      Drake – you recommend doing like bush – paying yourself trillions for leaving wars – and stealing trillions more in surplus-to-deficiet –

      • Modesto Koczwara

        Whatever, at least he was not attempting to be funny every time you turn around.

      • Guest

        he was the brunt of jokes all the time while Not trying to be funny – but for just being connected and dumb.

      • Guest

        Drake – so according to you – running the country into depressions while getting billions and laughing away – while soidiers are dying is not as bad as cracking jjokes? – humor is needed to take a break from being across the table from more republicans – like he’s forced to do

      • best_believe

        So was Bush forced to work with Democrats who ran the house and the senate his last 2 years. But the Dems don’t get no blame for nothing right? But Bush did it all by himself. When Bush’s worst unemployment numbers are Obama’s best unemployment numbers. When he said at the beginning of his first term he is gonna focus like a bright red laser pointer on the economy and use a super sharp fine scalpel to cut the budget!!! Yeah right. Dude is full of shit. Polotics as usual.

      • Guest

        best_believe – Everything you said is Wrong – only an idiot can not see the difference from the bush depression – second only to the great depression, foreclosures, industry shut downs, – to the way things are now.

      • best_believe

        Well I guess our president is an idiot. Just going by what he said. I haven’t seen know laser focusing. Just campaigning.

      • Celz

        You sound like a hater.. You naming Repub talking points instead of focusing on Obama’s real mistakes.. The American economy will survive whether it was Obama or Romney.. Some real issues are the Patriot Act, the legality and long term effects of Drone strikes, computer privacy, and marijuana legalization.. If you say Obama is bad president because of the economy you’re just misinformed..

      • best_believe

        Well I must be misinformed cause he misinformed me. I’m sorry he lied and said the economy is his TOP priority. You talk about the Patriot Act. What is he doing. He’s just going along with the program. Now he wants drones flying in the US. You make a little death threat and they charge you with terroristic threats. You blow up some bombs in Boston and the president can’t even come out and say it is an act of terrorism till a few days later. Even in Fort Hood. Dude is trash. I’m just saying stop holding him up high like a profit when he’s the same Ol politician no matter what color he is. They all sweat bullshit out they pours.

      • Celz

        He fixed the economy.. In Cali every house lost an average of 250K in value (more like 350K really) that value in an asset is money it’s just not liquid. And for many people who fell into these corps traps it was actually debt.. So all these refis had people owing double what their house was worth.. That made interest rates rise and then the dominoes start falling.. The shyt effected everyone from Welfare recipients to Steve Jobs.. That is TRILLIONS in lost disposable income.. The shyt is basic economics fam.. But I guess everything is Obama’s fault.. If you aren’t talking about the REAL issues that are deeper than what’s on CNN and FOXNews you’re talkin out your ass..

      • best_believe

        I know everything isnt Obamas fault just like the housing bubble just isn’t Bush’s fault. The democrats were pushing for the right for everyone to have a home with no proof of income or if they can afford it. But all you hear is it’s Bush fault. All politics are full of shit. But I was raised in NYC and lived in Texas the last 10 years and you start to realize how most of the states ran by the democrats are fucked up and in debt and most of the Republican states are well off. Somebody is doing something right and somebody else’s ideas ain’t cutting it.

      • Celz

        Come on fam.. Republican states receive more in handouts than they pay in taxes.. Everyone knows that.. That’s a good look that don’t buy everything Obama and his camp says.. But if you believe what the Republicans say you’re just as bad.. Same goes for a majority of Independents and Ron Paul supporters.. It’s just different ways for the people in power to stay in power.. Same destination different routes..

      • best_believe

        I feel you. I know it’s a different way for people to stay in power. Politics are politics. They are all full of shit. But on that same note the Dems just want to borrow money and give it away don’t get me twisted I know Bush’s bitch ass did it too and the voters didn’t like that shit neither. You can’t keep borrowing money we don’t have. And That is all Obama wants to do when he clowned bush for it. Both parties are wrong for giving tax breaks also for their own money laundering into their campaigns. But most of Republican aren’t as bad as democrat states with the handouts. And if they do that’s what happens when they take that federal money or stimulus money cause there are strings attached. If you take this money for roads the. You have to take this money for handouts. Then when the federal government stops giving you that bread that state needs to eat that and front that money they don’t have to give and they’ll go in the hole like California.
        Good convo fam. Glad to see level headed people debate. Instead of talking ignorant and rowdy.

      • Celz

        “The democrats were pushing for the right for everyone to have a home with no proof of income or if they can afford it. ” No Democrats told Countrywide or BofA to basically use property value increases as a way of paying off a loan. That makes zero sense and is ignorant. Yet these corps which are mostly right wing are all ran that way. Make as much cash as you can until you crash and burn.

        YOU COULDN’T NAME ONE DEMOCRAT WHO ADVOCATED FOR WHAT THE MORTGAGE COMPANIES DID. Since you can’t name one then stop bringing it up.. You sound like an idiot, and you are obviously pretty smart

      • best_believe

        Pump ya breaks high speed. Homo Thug Barney Franks

      • Celz

        lmao yea like I thought

      • best_believe

        I don’t know what you though. Your comeback was absent.

      • Celz

        A comeback wasn’t necessary.. You’re reaching so hard it hilarious lmao

      • best_believe

        This is going back since 94′ Fam
        Long-term pressure from Frank and his colleagues to expand home ownership connects government housing policies to both the housing bubble and the poor quality of the mortgages on which it is based. In 1992, Congress gave a new affordable housing “mission” to Fannie and Freddie, and authorized the Department of Housing and Urban Development to define its scope through regulations.

        Shortly thereafter, Fannie Mae, under Chairman Jim Johnson, made its first “trillion-dollar commitment” to increase financing for affordable housing. What this meant for the quality of the mortgages that Fannie–and later Freddie–would buy has not become clear until now.

        On a parallel track was the Community Reinvestment Act. New CRA regulations in 1995 required banks to demonstrate that they were making mortgage loans to underserved communities, which inevitably included borrowers whose credit standing did not qualify them for a conventional mortgage loan.

        To meet this new requirement, insured banks–like the GSEs–had to reduce the quality of the mortgages they would make or acquire. As the enforcers of CRA, the regulators themselves were co-opted into this process, approving lending practices that they would otherwise have scorned. The erosion of traditional mortgage standards had begun.

        Shortly after these new mandates went into effect, the nation’s homeownership rate–which had remained at about 64% since 1982–began to rise, increasing 3.3% from 64.2% in 1994 to 67.5% in 2000 under President Clinton, and an additional 1.7% during the Bush administration, before declining in 2007 to 67.8%. There is no reasonable explanation for this sudden spurt, other than a major change in the standards for granting a mortgage or a large increase in the amount of low-cost funding available for mortgages. The data suggest that it was both.

        As might be expected, the market for subprime and Alt-A loans grew along with the rise in homeownership. Some have argued that unregulated groups such as mortgage brokers and bankers, working with subprime lenders such as Countrywide Financial, supplied both the easier credit and the lower loan standards, but the facts belie this.

        From 1994 to 2003, Fannie and Freddie’s purchases of mortgages, as a percentage of all mortgage originations, increased from 37% to an all-time high of 57%, effectively cornering the conventional conforming market. With leverage ratios that averaged 75-to-1, and funds raised with implicit government backing, the GSEs were pouring money into the housing market. This in itself would have driven the housing bubble.

        But it also appears that, perhaps as early as 1993, Fannie Mae began to offer easy financing terms and lowered its loan standards in order to meet congressionally mandated affordable housing goals and fulfill the company’s trillion-dollar commitment. For example, in each of the years 2000 and 2001, the first years for which data are available, 18% of Fannie’s originations–totaling $157 billion–were loans with FICO scores of less than 660 (the federal regulators’ cut-off point for defining subprime loans). There is no equivalent data available for Freddie, but it is likely that its purchases were proportionately the same, amounting to an estimated $120 billion.

        These sums would have swamped originations by the traditional subprime lenders, which probably totaled $119 billion in these two years. Data for Alt-A loans before 2005 are unavailable, but the fact that that Fannie and Freddie now hold 60% of all outstanding Alt-A loans provides a strong indication of the purchases they were making for many earlier years.

        The GSE’s purchases of all mortgages slowed in 2004, as they worked to overcome their accounting scandals, but in late 2004 they returned to the market with a vengeance. Late that year, their chairmen were telling meetings of mortgage originators that the GSEs were eager to purchase subprime and other nonprime loans.

        This set off a frenzy of subprime and Alt-A mortgage origination, in which–as incredible as it seems–Fannie and Freddie were competing with Wall Street and one another for low-quality loans. Even when they were not the purchasers, the GSEs were Wall Street’s biggest customers, often buying the AAA tranches of subprime and Alt-A pools that Wall Street put together. By 2007 they held $227 billion (one in six loans) in these nonprime pools, and approximately $1.6 trillion in low-quality loans altogether.

        From 2005 through 2007, the GSEs purchased over $1 trillion in subprime and Alt-A loans, driving up the housing bubble and driving down mortgage quality. During these years, HUD’s regulations required that 55% of all GSE purchases be affordable, including 25% made to low- and very low-income borrowers. Housing bubbles are nothing new. We and other countries have had them before. The reason that the most recent bubble created a worldwide financial crisis is that it was inflated with low-quality loans required by government mandate. The fact that the same government must now come to the rescue is no reason for gratitude.

      • Celz

        Great cut and paste but that doesn’t link or implicate any democratic politicians to the criminal and destructive sub prime mortgage disaster

      • Celz

        Last comment.. I’m not blamin ish on Republicans but they tend to be TOO favorable for Corporate rights and that what caused the recession, greedy corps.. Dems tend to be to big on handouts Solyndra is a joke and Obama would hope we all forget about it.. Point is Democrats definitely didn’t cause the recession and I think they are only slightly better than Republicans..

      • best_believe

        I feel you. We can agree to disagree. But on that note like I said the republican states do have a better economy. And weather they given them tax breaks it all boils down to the economy. And if you have the numbers of employees paying taxes that is how you build up tax revenue. The rich man gonna get his money regardless. And so will the government. Cause when Obama shouts from the top of the mountain more taxes for the rich. They are gonna raise prices on there product and we pay more for the product and the only one who wins is the government with more of our money to blow. I look at it like this. You never know if you will hit it big or start your own business. You or I wouldn’t want somebody telling me let me hold 30-50% of that to give it away to whatever. I would give it away and get a write off at least I get some say so where it will go. And I don’t blame them for that. There are so many ways to start from the bottom. People can make it rich with the right idea determination and $5,000. People can do it. But the government hold people down by letting people depend on them so much. Ain’t nothing wrong with a hand up. Not a hand out year after year and baby after baby. Take it easy.

      • Celz

        Point is don’t hold him up as the savior but don’t make him the scapegoat either.. If you are going by cookie cutter american red vs blue politics then yea he’s doing a good job.. But if you are going to criticize Obama don’t use any bullshyt republican talking points.. There is plenty of blame to go around without bringing up the made up shyt

      • best_believe

        The way things are now? He ain’t do nothing? The economy is still the same. Bailing out companies that made bad decisions wasn’t the answer. Somebody would of brought out those companies. Nobody bailed out Twinkies. They shut down, got brought out and kicked the unions to the curb. They are the ones running these companies to the ground.

      • Guest

        best-believe – the auto industries paid back every dime they borrowed, all U.S. manufacturing is operating back to normal levels – just about everybody that was out of work is now back at work – so your wrong again

      • best_believe

        If you call getting tax breaks for all the money they borrowed paying it back then fine they paid it back. But you can’t have it both ways when other rich mean white man corporations get tax breaks. The Government has no business helping private businesses. Cause now you have special interest. Government scratches the unions backs. Then the union donates money to whatever party is in. It’s sort of like money laundering.

      • Kevin Farley

        trade unions dont give the gop any money

      • Guest

        best_believe – wrong again, even your accusation is better than republicans giving tax BREAKS for corportations leaving America.

      • best_believe

        While President Obama campaigns on “tax fairness” – eliminating loopholes for the wealthiest one percent, the oil companies and other big corporations — his favorite corporate giant is enjoying an unprecedented, under-the-table multi-billion dollar tax break.
        In addition to the more than $50 billion given to General Motors in the bailout, the Obama administration quietly snuck in a special tax break for GM, which allows the company to write off approximately $45 billion in post-bankruptcy losses against post-bankruptcy profits.
        The result? In 2011, GM paid nothing in federal income taxes despite claiming record profits of $7.6 billion, the “highest profits in the 100 year history of that company” according to President Obama.
        In fact, that’s not quite right. GM paid a tax rate of negative 1.5% on its record profits – less than nothing.
        That’s right, while you were paying your income taxes last month, the IRS was sending General Motors a check for $110 million. And GM’s tax break is a gift that will keep on giving every year at tax time.
        It’s good for twenty years.
        As with the original $50-plus billion bailout of General Motors – and the $7,500 Chevy Volt tax credit that goes to people with an average income of $170,000 a year – this multi-billion dollar tax gift comes at the expense of ordinary taxpayers who lack GM’s close connections to the White House.
        How did this blatant example of crony capitalism come about?
        GM’s tax break arises from the Obama administration’s distortion of legitimate tax provisions which allow companies to use prior-year losses – of which the Old GM had plenty – and certain other costs to reduce their current-year federal income taxes. In Section 382 of the tax code, Congress limited these “net operating loss” (NOL) carry-forwards to discourage the buying and selling of tax deductions.
        GM’s sweetheart tax deal has largely slipped under the radar screen, allowing Obama to both rail against tax loopholes and claim the auto bailout cost taxpayers far less than it actually has.
        As a result, New GM could not have written off the Old GM losses that were discharged in the bankruptcy. However, as Harvard Law School Professor J. Mark Ramseyer and Indiana University’s Dalton Professor of Business Eric Rasmusen explain, the Obama Treasury Department “‘solved’ this problem by issuing a series of ‘Notices’ in which it announced that [Sec. 382] did not apply [here].”
        Because companies like GM that file for fast-track bankruptcy without affording due process protections to creditors don’t normally get to preserve NOLs, Treasury’s unprecedented Notices allowed GM “to retain the cake while eating it,” notes Duke Law Professor Jeffrey Coyne.
        Though the Treasury Department “had no legal or economic justification for these Notices,” according to Professors Ramseyer and Rasmusen, a GM spokesman tried to justify the company’s negative income tax rate by noting that GM pays “other taxes,” including “taxes around the world.”
        Are we supposed to be reassured by knowing that GM only stiffs American taxpayers?
        The truth is General Motors and the Obama administration didn’t need a justification, because they counted on this unprecedented tax break being too arcane for reporters to understand or write about.
        So far, they’ve been right.
        GM’s sweetheart tax deal has largely slipped under the radar screen, allowing Obama to both rail against tax loopholes and claim the auto bailout cost taxpayers far less than it actually has.– If GM’s tax gift were counted, the official cost of the bailout would double from $22 billion to $40 billion.
        Polling indicates that public perception of the auto bailout “grows a lot more negative when the actual price tag is attached.” Add to that the public’s revulsion at crony capitalism and it’s no surprise that General Motors, the Obama administration, and their cheerleaders in the news media don’t want you to know the real cost to taxpayers of the auto bailout.

      • best_believe

        Same difference as Obama and Solyndra or giving stimulus money to businesses over seas. I’m just saying that he ain’t no difference then all these other corrupt scum bag politician. If you think all politicians are snake asshole. It don’t make him no difference cause he’s black. He’s still a snake asshole just like them all.

  • Dwayne Nvo

    mubarak hussein osama gets funny with khaled at Al-qaeda dinner

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  • scullyson

    LOL…Prez is too smooth for his haters…lmao…

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  • LetsBeRealpeople

    Over thinking it, but for a minute…I think the POTUS called Jay-Z(from the back of his hand) a b!tch. I’m gonna sit with that for a minute. Like if your dude Carter was sitting up in the audience, he would not be laughing.

  • joe

    Obama and bush are the 2 worst presidents ever

  • joe

    bush is an idiot and obama is incompetent

  • Christopher Atreu Salgado

    i know one thing thats NOT funny….the way this clown is running our country maybe instead of sucking off celebrities he should focus on doing his job for once in his presidency …..and…. no lying and covering up documentation of his actions as POTUS do not count cuz thats all hes done thus far how can anyone support this traitor/psudo communist

    • Celz

      If you hate Obama that much Bush must have made your head explode..

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