Duh…..Mr. President “We’ve got better things to do.”

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You think the President does not have enough on his plate? Like really the President has enough items on his checklist than to worry about besides what Beyonce and Jay z do with their leisure time. I can not recall the media asking former presidents any asinine questions about a celebrity travel plans. Ummmmm…..nothing here but some okey doke bullshit questioning that wastes the current administration time. SMH….

jay z time cover1 Duh.....Mr. President Weve got better things to do.

I get that Jay z and Beyoncé made “TIME 100: The Power of Two – Power Couples Analysed” list. That is very cool for the power couple but since when did anyone that has made the list influenced a White House administration decision? The power couple is slated to be worth a billion dollars. That is enough for them to give back to the hood they spawned from. Next….question.

Inside the magazine:

Here are the highlights:

On Jay-Z, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg writes…

[Jay-Z's] an artist-entrepreneur who stands at the center of culture and commerce in 21st century America, and his influence stretches across races, religions and regions. He’s never forgotten his roots — “Empire State of Mind” was a love song to our city — and as a co-owner of the NBA Nets, he helped bring a major league sports team back to Brooklyn, not far from his old neighborhood. In nearly everything he’s tried, he’s found success. (He even put a ring on Beyoncé.) And in doing so, he’s proved that the American Dream is alive and well.

On Frank Ocean, John Legend writes…

How fitting that he released his “declaration” on Independence Day. I think Frank’s career will be defined by his fearlessness and his artistic freedom. He has the talent, the ability and the brilliance to have an impact for a long time. He will follow his muse wherever it goes — he’s not the kind of artist to adhere to everyone else’s schedule. That’s what makes him special.

On Miguel, critic Douglas Wolk writes…

The survival of the black pop tradition isn’t just a matter of preserving its history — although Miguel does that too: the soul seducer’s Grammy-winning hit single “Adorn” ingeniously evokes Marvin Gaye’s “Sexual Healing” and “Let’s Get It On”. What has nourished that tradition over the past 70 years, though — what has kept it not just alive but thriving — is what makes Miguel’s recent music so special: constant innovation, formal daring, unexpected sources of inspiration, and emotional directness.

On Beyoncé, director Baz Luhrmann writes…

She and Jay Z are the royal couple of culture, and she is the queen bee. She’s gone beyond being a popular singer, even beyond being a pop-cultural icon. When Beyoncé does an album, when Beyoncé sings a song, when Beyoncé does anything, it’s an event, and it’s broadly influential. Right now, she is the heir-­apparent diva of the USA — the reigning national voice.

On Barack Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton writes…

President Obama is working to create broader prosperity at home and become more competitive abroad by investing in our people, modernizing our infrastructure, building a new energy future and managing our long-term fiscal challenges. That’s the course for a better future.

The 2013 TIME 100

TIME presents its annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world, from artists and leaders to pioneers, titans and icons

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