With the election only a few weeks away, The Game has joined the ranks of rappers for Obama, while defending the newly minted Mitt Romney supporter Stacey Dash.
The Game admitted that President Obama's debate performance from October 3 was lackluster, but he is still standing by the president.
"I've seen the debate: words were fumbled, certain topics weren't covered correctly," he told CBS Local. "But he's Obama. He probably was listening to Jay-Z before he got up there and was a little bit in the zone and couldn't get it together. But I love Obama he got my vote still."
To be sure, Obama has bragged in the past that he has Jay-Z in his iPad and the the two have enjoyed a cozy relationship during this election cycle. The rap mogul and his pop star wife, Beyonce, hosted a $40,000 per plate fundraiser in September for the president.
Game goes on to say:
"Let me tell you something, Obama could have comeoout and said his A-B-Cs in the debate and he would have gotten my vote," he told CBS Local. "I like Obama, he's cool he got swag and that's my president. Mitt Romney is a Republican. I'm not down with anything they stand for. Not to diss anybody else's beliefs and what their vote is but I like Obama. He can't do me no wrong."
The Compton MC also took a second to defend his friend Stacey Dash's decision to support Mitt Romney.
"I don't understand what everybody's gripe is with that," he said. "We live in the world [where] we try as people to become more non-racial. Every black person in the world doesn't support Obama. …Why are we slamming her? Maybe she has different views and opinions, she should be entitled."