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Beyonce Votes in Style and Jay-Z Raps About Mitt Romney at President Obama Rally (PHOTOS & VIDEO)
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It's finally Election Day (Nov. 6) and celebrity political supporters are rocking the vote. Beyonce Knowles, a proud supporter of President Barack Obama, shared some of her voting photos with her fans on her Tumblr. The fierce entertainer voted in style, sporting her new blonde bangs, dark burgundy claws, an amber stone ring, a yellow top, and sassy pout. The photo shows the singer holding up her voting application but sorry super fans, her home address is blurred out. In the photo you can see the letter Beyonce penned to the President - so she does actually handwrite all her letters herself!
On the eve of Election Day, the "Single Ladies" singer unveiled a personal letter she wrote to President Obama. She expressed her admiration for his character and commended him for being a positive role model for her daughter, Blue Ivy. "Everyday we see your heart and character, inspiring all of us to give more of ourselves. You are the leader to take us from where we are to where we need to be," the singer wrote.
While Bey is campaigning on the home front, her husband Jay-Z is busy rallying in Ohio with the President. "If you're having world problems, I feel bad for you son. I got 99 problems, but Mitt's not one," Jay-Z rapped driving the crowd wild. He gave his classic hit, "99 Problems" an Obama remix. The rapper also shared some encouraging words for the President and the voters, "Change is also on the way, we know that's not an overnight thing. But we absolutely want to go forward; we don't want to go back."
Jay-Z wasn't the only performer campaigning with the President; Bruce Springsteen also lent his vocals to the rally. "Not only are they on my iPod...[these men]both tell an American story," President Obama said of the two musicians
Beyonce and Jay-Z have been Obama supporters from the very beginning. Beyonce performed "At Last" at the 2008 Inaugural Ball, giving President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama their official first song as the First Family. The singer also penned a handwritten note to Mrs. Obama and created a theme song for her "Let's Move" initiative. Jay-Z and his wife recently hosted a fundraiser dinner at his 40/40 club in NYC for Obama's reelection campaign.
Nov 06, 2012 01:57 PM EST