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We know that Drake can ether Meek Mill, but President Barack Obama thinks he’d be no match for Kendrick Lamar.
Days after his final State of the Union address, President Obama took a moment to have conversation with the community. While answering questions from YouTube stars about his thoughts on raising the minimum wage, racial profiling, and police brutality, there were some lighter moments.
For instance, we know that the president is a huge fan of Kendrick and his work–especially after the rapper’s recent visit to The White House. Their budding bromance is adorable.
So, when Barack was asked who he thought would win in a rap battle between Kendrick and Drake, he jumped at the chance to support his homie.
“Gotta go with Kendrick,” the president stated, adding that he’s got nothing against Drake. “I think Drake is an outstanding entertainer, but Kendrick, his lyrics… His last album [To Pimp a Butterfly] was outstanding. Best album, I think, last year.”
Drake is bae to many, but there’s no way that the president couldn’t vote for the home team. Do you agree with him, beauties?