C. Vernon Coleman II
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Five Rappers With Presidential Potential

 


These days with the game being so bureaucratic, rappers have to have a political/business side to make it big.

Not only have rappers become presidents of record labels and companies – Jay-Z (Def Jam), JD (Def Jam), Jim Jones (VP, Koch), DJ Khaled (Def Jam South) – but Wyclef tried to take it to the next level when he unsuccessfully attempted to become the Prez of Haiti.

While Wyclef may be the first rapper to attempt to run for president of a country, he isn’t the only MC who we can see carrying the title of commander and chief in some way, shape, form or fashion.

Here are five other rappers who could fictionally be someone’s H.N.I.C.

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  • ICE PICK SLIM 17

    Don’t forget… “ICE PICK 4 PRESIDENT” in 2017!!!

  • dblak

    honestly snoop would win the pot head award not wiz. but he up there tho

  • ME

    Jim JoneS? Thats just disrespectful to the African American Community….A joke to the UNITED sTATES

  • http://www.nightelement.com Night Element

    I agree with dblak. I don’t think Wiz Khalifa has the experience to beat Snoop. Rofl

    (nightelement.com)

  • koffybrown

    Hey!! what about Nas. He may not be a President of any record label but he has a damn good word game.

  • http://gwopmagazine.com GWOP

    Where is Jay Z & Nas? We gon make a GWOP list @ http://www.gwopmagazine.com

  • ThatBKChick

    And please take the TI picture down next to the POTUS…This fool is going back to the pen. His picture should not be anywhere in sight. I have no pity on TI. I could even fathom Lil Wayne (who the POTUS dropped his name in a discussion with youth), but not TIP!!!

  • kokoclark

    I really wish nicki minaj stop making those retarded faces. It’s ugly and disgusting.

  • yeah right

    how about… no rapper could ever be president. they can’t even runt heir own record labels. what makes anyone think they are smart enough to run a country.

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