too bad, I bet some artists would be honored to play this kind of event. instead he takes advantage of the offer and abuses it to cater to his own agenda. self centered much? go book the Nokia theater or something in NYC and bitch for an hour set all you like.
I barely ever post on this site, usually just surf for news. But honestly how can anyone defend this dude? Yes he has the right to free speech. Yes he can say whatever he wants, it's America. But calling Obama a dictator because of this? LOL. You really even think this guy is on Obama's radar? Like the President himself had him removed from the event.
Let's put it simple. You're throwing a birthday party for your friend. A dude shows up shit talking your friend at his birthday party. Are you going to let him stay or tell him to go home? Probably tell him to leave and call him a douche. Yes he has the RIGHT to say that at the birthday party. Should he? No. So he can go talk shit on the other side of the street.
Holy lol at your line of reasoning. "Obama doesn't like it…" what a conclusion to make when we haven't any idea if he even heard it. People who make these wild assumptions that the entire country moves and shakes at the whim of the President, whomever he may be at the time, are hilarious.
Was this qoute meant for someone else. That was far from my conclusion. I was agreeing with the reasoning of why it was odd he played there with being so openly political while saying there is a time and place for voicing opinions and that may of not been the best. Never said anything about Obama's tastes in music.