It is no secret who R&B sensation Trey Songz is voting for in the upcoming presidential election. The “Dive In” artist expressed how proud he was of the president during his appearance on the “Late Show with David Letterman.”
“As I watch @BarackObama on David Letterman with my family, I’m very proud to have him as the leader of my country,” he wrote. “#4more”
President Obama, who is campaigning for another election term, discussed a variety of topics with Letterman Tuesday night, including GOP nominee Mitt Romney’s remarks.
The President of the United States, Obama said, must “work for everyone, not just for some.”
“One thing I’ve learned as president is that you represent the entire country,” he said. “There are not a lot of people out there who think they are victims.”
“If you are going to be the president, you’ve got to work for everybody,” the president said.
The president also took time to discuss the crisis occurring in the Middle East and the anti-Islam film “Innocence of Muslims.”
Obama acknowledged the film as being offensive, but thinks “extremists and terrorists used this as an excuse to attack a variety of our embassies, including the consulate in Libya.”
As offensive as this video was, he said, it’s never an excuse for violence.
Trey Songz latest album “Chapter V” is currently available on iTunes and retails stores.
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