Friday, October 1st, 2010 at 2:07 pm
As if President Obama wasn’t a big enough name to draw spectators to last night’s Gen44 Summit in Washington D.C., the Democratic National Committee called in the big guns and got B.o.B to perform a few tracks from The Adventure Of Bobby Ray. B.o.B opened the summit by performing his hit “Airplanes” and various tracks from his album before letting Obama know that he’s “Got Nothing On [Him]” and making way for the 44th President to take the stage. B.o.B. told MTV that meeting the President was the “most memorable moment of his career” and later informed XXL that, Barry’s “got me in his iPod.”
The wording on Gen44′s website is extremely vague, citing that the summit is a platform to “empower a rising generation of leaders for the Democratic Party” and “ensure that President Obama has the resources and infrastructure needed to implement the change we want to see.” I still don’t understand why they chose B.o.B over Woka Flocka considering his uncanny demeanor for political discourse.
B.o.B Talks Meeting Obama With MTV