January 6, 2010, - 1:44 pm
If Barack Obama invites Beyonce to perform for him and Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Hussein Obama Idi Amin Dada, again, as he did for their dance to “At Last” at the Inauguration festivities, we’ll know for sure that he’s a fan of Libyan fruitcake-tagine-in-chief-for-life Muammar Qaddafi.
The Company They (Obama’s Celebs) Keep
There’s that trite but true old saying about “the company you keep.” And it’s true here. Beyonce performed at a New Year’s Eve party paid for by the Qaddafi family. Also in attendance at the party are these Obama supporters, who all apparently have no beef with the mass-murderer of U.S. Marines at a West German disco and American passengers on Pan Am Flight 103, which exploded over Lockerbie:
Jay-Z, Lindsay Lohan, Usher, Jon Bon Jovi, Russell Simmons (you know, the guy who loves Hugo Chavez, blames America for the Northwest Flight 253 Undiebomber Islamic terrorist attack, and loves Islamic extremism), supermodels Miranda Kerr and Victoria Slivstedt, and BET founder Bob Johnson. Mariah Carey was paid $1 million for a similar Qaddafi family New Year’s Eve party, last year. And nearly all of these people are on record as big-time supporters of Obama . . . and, now, supporters of terrorism. Keep in mind that the sons of Qaddafi are every bit as extreme as Pops Qaddafi and have praised and defended daddy’s “doings.”
Singer Beyoncé Knowles had given a private New Year’s Eve performance for an exclusive crowd in St. Barth . . . . She had performed and been paid by relatives of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi (variously known as Khadafy, Qaddafi, Qadhafi and more). . . . Media Takeout made the same claim, repeating the $2 million number and confirming the Gaddafi-hosted party from a guest who was there (hip-hop impresario Russell Simmons also placed Beyoncé at a “Khadafy party”). Today Page Six confirms our original report, with one new piece of information: the party was thrown by Hannibal Gaddafi, son of the Libyan dictator who less than a week before made headlines for allegedly attacking his wife in a London hotel. . . .
Beyoncé sang five songs for a crowd that included her husband Jay-Z, Lindsay Lohan and Usher (who also did the New Year’s countdown); Jon Bon Jovi, Simmons, supermodels Miranda Kerr and Victoria Slivstedt and BET founder Bob Johnson. . . .
Last year’s party, it should be noted, was thrown by Hannibal’s brother Moatessem-Billah Khadafy, according to a report from the New York Daily News last January. Their other brother, Saif Gaddafi, was originally rumored to have hosted either or both of the parties, but was in New Zealand this year and Asia last year. Meanwhile, Page Six has a lovely rundown of brother Hannibal’s seemingly frequent bouts of violence and reckless behavior. . . .
It should be noted that Jay-Z also reportedly joined Carey last year in performing for the Gaddafi party, and that there was no backlash for either of them (indeed, Carey went on 20 days later to sing for President Obama’s inauguration — as did Beyoncé).
While some of the names at the party were White celebs, the presence of the two biggest names in hip-hop, Russell Simmons and Jay-Z, partying with the Qaddafis is notable. It’s obvious that the mostly Black hip-hop crowd–which constantly raps about its love for third-world America-haters and terrorism supporters–doesn’t care about the American victims of Pan Am Flight 103. But you’d think they’d give a damn about the American Marines murdered by Qaddafi at a West German disco. Some of them were Black. But, hey, the hip-hop community even dances on the grave of a brother . . . if he gave his life serving America. It’s simply disgusting.
As the many poor American souls who were murdered by Qaddafi did revolutions in their graves, these celebs lived it up. Remember that, the next time, they want you to buy their concert tickets, CDs, MP3s, movie tickets, or fashions that they wear. They dance on the graves of dead Americans.
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