The Stars Glimmer for President Obama

- By Bossip Staff Categories: News

Posted by Bossip Staff

Here’s today’s front page of the Chicago Sun-Times Newspaper. This is literally the face of hope and everyone knows it. Joy Bryant, Chris Tucker and Mary Mary were all at an election event in LA while Oprah, Spike Lee and Messy Jesse were all at Grant Park in Chicago amidst the gargantuan turnout for the president elect.

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  • whateva

    yeah he won!

  • L8DY B


    His speach had me in str8 tears lastnight!!!

  • L8DY B

    and 2nd!?

  • daughtercreole

    i’m soo proud of our new President Barack Obama

    f**k Jesse Jackson aka Messy Jessie with his fake tears shouldn’t he have been in Phoenix at the McCain rally Jesse Jackson = Poser

  • Mrs. Dacry1234

    I was crying when he was making his speech….

  • ImWhatItIs

    I Love this man!

  • mrs t.0

    first! Hee hee I can finally say that!

    Barack obabma the future yall.. It was told that one day amongst us we would see such a great say.. This is the beginning of a new future for not only us, our children and their children .. For all the things our great fathers and mothers stood for.. Today.. Is the beginning of change!

    “yes we can” we can do anything we set our minds to do.. Regardless of the naysayers… Black is soooooo beautiful!

    I’m so so proud!

  • Keri - It's my B-day!

    Can’t believe it..absolutely amazing!! We did it!

  • ~*MahoganyGyrl (sorry Im from Brooklyn)*~

    ~*Yes He DID. We have finally OVERCOME. The Martin Luther King Jr. Speech is echoing in my ears this very morning. I’m so proud to a Black American. I’m proud of this Country. I’m honored to have a Black President. This is only the Begining. The Lord has many other Blesses in store. You Can believe that!*~

  • lovely and amazing


  • talley-b

    im on another level this morning!

    This day has come because of God first, and then are ancestors.

    It’s folks that have paid the ultimate price for the opportunity for us to make it.

    It’s like I have a sense of accomplishment for them, I feel as though we really put a smile on the faces of the ones who bled for us. To see my dad cry this morning was really moving. He’s 71 years old; he’s seen a lot of pain and upsets. He came up through the 50’s and 60’s. What we read about the Civil Rights Movement, my dad lived out the Civil Rights. And for him to see a day like this, it’s just amazing man.

  • sdfoweprw

    His speach had me in str8 tears lastnight!!! totally agree with u , the sports fans from ^^^^^SUGAR BABY MEET.c o m ^^^^ will be more interested in ur comment…..lolololol he has a lot fans there

  • Green Grass

    I wish him and his family nothing but the how he bigs up Michelle and hope his children can remain grounded. I hope this is a new day for all African- Americans, and the realisation that you can be brilliant and you can dream big and achieve.

  • African Princess

    Go Obama, Go!!! The world is looking on America with great pride.

  • CommonSense...(stalking my spot on the U.S. Capitol steps for Barack's inauguration)!!!

    I’m so happy i can’t even see straight…even after only gettin 4 hours of sleep so that i can watch his acceptance speech.

    Never thought I’d see the day that an African American would be elected President of the United States…even let my daughter stay up to witness it.

    WE DID IT!!!!

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