Last week a motivational Public Service Announcement released by the WAT-AAH! Foundation reached over 650,000 viewers and counting featuring some of today’s biggest celebrities such as Austin Mahone , Bella Thorne , Blake Michael , Carly Rae Jepsen , Coco Jones, Eve, Jacob Latimore ,Jada Grace , Jessica Sanchez , Luke James , Madison Beer , Mindless Behavior, Perez Hilton and The Wanted. The PSA featured the celebrities dancing and moving to Beyoncé‘s flash workout theme song “Move Your Body” sharing encouraging messages, such as “You’ve got it!” and “Keep it going”, to inspire the young viewers to keep dancing. Check it out below…
*Enters* King Bey (your singer’s favorite singer) at the 2013 Presidential Inauguration for President Barack Obama‘s Second Term.
Yes. We. Did. AGAIN!
The race was close, but the best candidate came out on top! Last night, President Barack Obama was re-elected for a second term!
Just in case we’ve not been vocal enough STUFF FLY PEOPLE LIKE ENDORSES PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA!
‘Being President doesn’t change who you are, it reveals who you are’
Michelle Obama WOWED the World with her DNC Speech in Charlotte, North Carolina on the first day of the Democratic National Convention.
She personifies not only what an Amazing Brown woman is, but what an Amazing FIRST LADY is! It’s bigger than color, larger than creed, and surpasses race.
Step into her speech and be INSPIRED.
It looks like President Obama is a fan of Fly Girl, Janelle Monae. We can’t help but smile knowing that we were one of the first blogs to break and support Janelle a few short years ago.
Janelle gave an amazing performance of her single “Tightrope” during a fundraising event at the University of Illinois in Chicago recently. Afterward, the President gave Janelle props on a great performance and admitted that he saw the President of Korea *shimmying* to her music:
“I wanna thank Janelle Monáe for her wonderful performance. Her whole crew is here. We had them at the state dinner and the Korean president and his whole family, they were moving around. They loved it. So music is the universal language and Janelle and her team are incredibly talented.”
and Janelle answered;
“I was deeply honored to be invited by the president to perform at the rally in Chicago at the University of Illinois. It was an amazing feeling to be amongst so many people, young and old, black, white, red, disabled, all united, eager to help support a man who has ended the war in Iraq, gotten rid of ‘don’t ask don’t tell’—allowing anyone to serve this country regardless of who you love—made sure women were not paid less than men merely because they are women, doubled pell grants, given 2.5 million young people health insurance, and has created a law that recognizes that crimes based on sexual orientation, gender identity, race, or disability aren’t just any crime—they’re hate crimes that deserve justice.
“These are all things he said he’d do before he was elected and did them. There are more important accomplishments that can be added to this list. I strongly believe our nation should continue upon this path, bringing justice to all and change where needed. President Obama remains the candidate of hope and change, and he will continue to move our country forward, bringing even more change if re-elected.”
Step into the footage below.