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Beyonce Knowles is no stranger to the White House and its current inhabitants President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama. Michelle has spoken the praises of the multi-talented singer even calling her a role model for many women, including her daughters Sasha and Malia. After giving birth to her first child, a daughter named Blue Ivy Carter, Beyonce is returning the favor. Known for her privacy, the ‘Single Ladies’ is turning a new leaf with a tumblr page with over 100 intimate photos and a newly relaunched fan page – where she’s an active participant.

In a sweet, handwritten letter Bey is inspired. Inspired by Mrs. Obama’s ability to balance the pressures of being a mother, wife and first lady while doing it all with poise and grace. Nicki Minaj may call Madonna the ultimate woman but that person is Michelle Obama for Beyonce.

While all this was taking place, president Obama has called the rapper Kanye West a jackass in a recent interview
Kanye West

Kanye West, 34, probably never thought the United States President, Barack Obama, would be uttering his name in interviews, well at least not on accounts of reiterating he’s a jackass.

It all started back in 2009 when the “Otis” rapper bomb-rushed the MTV stage declaring Beyonce should have won the Taylor Swift awarded moon man for Best Female Video.
During an ABC’s Nightline interview a few years ago, the Commander-in-Chief called West a jackass for rudely interrupting Swift’s acceptance speech who looked horrified during the shocking incident.
Fast-forward to a new interview in the May issue of “The Atlantic,” further prompted by what can be deemed as an attempt to stir controversy, the interviewer asked the POTUS, 50, if he preferred the lyrical flow of rapper mogul Jay Z or rapper turned designer Kanye.
“Jay-Z,” he replied with a smile. “Although I like Kanye. He’s a Chicago guy. Smart. He’s very talented.”
Instead of reporter David Samuels taking that answer and continuing on to another subject, he reminded the President of the jab he slung towards the “All Falls Down” rapper years earlier.
Not one to run from his word or at least when the likelihood of an uproar is minimal, the President reiterated: “He is a jackass, but he’s talented.”

President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, and their daughters, Malia, left, and Sasha, right, sit for a family portrait in the Oval Office, Dec. 11, 2011. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)