News: Joell Ortiz, Trey Songz, Lil Duval Stand Behind President Obama: "Mitt Romney Ain't Sh*t"
Wednesday, Oct 17, 2012 10:41AM
New York rapper Joell Ortiz, Trey Songz, Lil Duval and more tuned into last night's presidential debate and had some choice words for Republican nominee Mitt Romney.
Fully behind President Barack Obama, Ortiz questioned Romney's on-stage tactics.
"Oooooooh Barrack BODIED that gas price rebuttal!!!!!," he tweeted October 16th.
"Mitt Romney is using the Joel Osteen voice tone tactic when he attempts to make a point... #whisperwoes"
"Just a couple trillion dollars... I got u back on the 1st." (Joell Ortiz's Twitter)
Not as specific as Ortiz, Songz also took aim at President Obama's opponent.
"Mitt Romney ain't sh*t," he tweeted. (Trey Songz's Twitter)
Comedian Lil Duval felt both candidates nearly broke even with their second debate performances.
"Obama giving that "keep on trying me Romney" smile."
"Obama was serious bout that sh*t. U know he was becuz he didn't blink and walked off looking at him"
"Neither really won overall to me. Obama spoke to his people, Romney spoke to his people. No voter changed they mind" (Lil Duval's Twitter)
Former "Martin" actress Tichina Arnold fully got behind the president last night.
"D*mn.. I ALMOST feel bad 4 #romney NOT! Mr. Romney put an egg in ur shoe and BEAT IT!," she tweeted.
"Any1 who thinks #romney won the #debate 2nite needs their head examined. Hopfully they hv #ObamaCare 2 pay 4it. #Obama CLEARLY won 2nite."
"The #POTUS did an AMAZING & EFFECTIVE job last night. Its VERY CLEAR #romney is NOT capable. Get out & #VOTE #Obama2012" (Tichina Arnold's Twitter)
During last night's debate, President Obama and Romney addressed both domestic and international topics.
President Obama and Mitt Romney met for a contentious second presidential debate Tuesday night at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. The candidates fielded questions from undecided voters in the audience, answering on topics including the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, domestic energy production, job creation and the auto bailout. (CBS News)