News: Busta Rhymes, Bun B, Q-Tip Rally For Prez: "OBAMA SMACKIN' THE SH*T OUTTA ROMNEY"
Tuesday, Oct 23, 2012 9:56AM
Busta Rhymes, Bun B, Q-Tip and more hip-hop artists tuned into last night's final presidential debate and gave their take on President Barack Obama's face-off with Republican nominee Mitt Romney.
Fully behind President Obama, Busta said Barack held his own and put on a beating toward Romney.
"OBAMA SMACKIN' THE SH*T OUTTA ROMNEY EARLY.... #AS*HE*SHOULD!!!!!," he tweeted October 22nd.
"WE'VE VISITED UR WEBSITE QUITE A BIT AND IT STILL DOESN'T WORK..@BarackObama THEN THE CROWD AT THE DEBATE LAUGHS AT ROMNEY'S STUPID A**!!LOL"
"THIS IS THE BIGGEST WHOPPER EVER TOLD!! ROMNEY OUR PRESIDENT IS REALLY MOPPING THE FLOOR WITH U WHILE UR MAKING URSELF THE BIGGEST A** EVER!" (Busta Rhymes' Twitter)
Fellow New York rapper Q-Tip also felt President Obama had the upper hand in last night's debate.
"Hahahahahahahaha! Obama is clowning this dude "we have these things called aircraft carriers airplanes land on em"," he tweeted.
"Obama is setting him straight. A+"
"Romney is the producer of the debate? I'm sorry" (Q-Tip's Twitter)
UGK's Bun B showed off photos with his tweets, one of a television and the other mocking Governor Romney.
"premiumpete's photo Team Romney http://instagr.am/p/RG0TzetKpv/" (Bun B's Twitter)
Following suit with many hip-hop artists, singer Janelle Monae pointed out her issues with Governor Romney.
"Romney is trying 2 spend 7 trillion MORE dollars while Pres. Obama is trying 2 get us out the debt the Republican party got us in. FYI." (Janelle Monae's Twitter)
Many news sites have suggested President Obama won Monday night's final debate.
The most striking fact about last night's foreign policy debate was how narrow the differences are between President Obama and his challenger, Mitt Romney. Our sense is that Romney would not be dangerous as a commander in chief. But he did nothing to tarnish Obama's tangible accomplishments -- ending the Iraq war, finding a way out of Afghanistan, killing Osama bin Laden and crippling al Qaeda. So our verdict is the debate was a win for Obama, not by knockout but on points. (Star-Ledger)