Some talentless rapper named Kendrick Lamar and Barack Obama shared a powerful moment at the White House
“Can you believe that we’re both sitting in this Oval Office?”
The first black president and a prominent(?)rapper were recently pondering the power of their positions. To understand the significance of the moment, look no further than Lamar’s critically acclaimed sophomore album, “To Pimp A Butterfly.” Immediately notable is the subversive cover art featuring the Compton, California, rapper in front of the White House, surrounded by a bloc of young black men, pulsating a jubilant, defiant black energy. The group crowds around a dead white judge with a gavel in his hand, symbolizing the criminal justice system.
Enjoy it while you can you no-talent Scumbag. It will be a long time before there will be one who looks like you to sit in the Leaders Chair after what your America loathing boy Barack has done to help bring out the worst in your race, and done to the country.