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Lil Durk Wants President Obama To Fund Community Centers In Chicago

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Aryel Narvasa
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FULL Story Here: <br />Lil Durk is calling for President Obama to do more for the city he was once a community organizer in.<br />In song “Don’t Judge Me,” which appears on “Remember My Name” album, Durk raps, “President still black, I hope he change sh*t.”<br />Durk opened up on this line in his interview with Vibe. When asked what he would ask Obama if given the chance to speak with him, Durk replied:<br />“I would just want to know why he won’t build community centers in the hood so these kids can have more positive stuff in the hood? That’s all I would want to know. He can do stuff why won’t he do stuff when he has the power to.”<br />The “300 Days, 300 Nights” rapper has long called for President Obama to do more for Chicago.<br />Durk previously stated during a VladTV interview that Obama should do more to address the problems occurring in the Windy City.<br />“…Being President mean you stepping up to the things the last President didn’t do,” he said. “So you would expect for him to do even better, especially by him being the first Black President.”<br />FULL Story Here: <br />~Subscribe To Kollege Kidd Youtube Page: <br />~Follow Us On Twitter: <br />~Like on Facebook: <br />~Follow Us On Instagram: <br />~Collegiate NeTVision (CNV) · <br />~Subscribe To Kollege Kidd 2nd Channel Here: <br />~Subscribe To Kollege Kidd Music Channel Here:<br /> Is The Biggest In The Midwest For Hip Hop News & Urban Edutainment

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