This Woman Just Rapped About Inequality In Vietnamese For Obama And It Was Pretty Damn Impressive

That’s one way to get your point across.

Barack Obama is currently in Vietnam as part of an attempt to improve relations between them and the U.S.

Barack Obama is currently in Vietnam as part of an attempt to improve relations between them and the U.S.

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During a question-and-answer session with the president in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnamese hip hop artist Suboi performed a short rap about inequality and happiness.

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Suboi introduced herself to the President as a rapper, before asking him a question. Before he answered her, though, he asked her to perform a short verse in Vietnamese.

Suboi introduced herself to the President as a rapper, before asking him a question. Before he answered her, though, he asked her to perform a short verse in Vietnamese.

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After the performance, when the president asked her what her rap was about, she said, « I was talking about some people having a lot of money, some people having big houses, but actually are they really happy? »

After the performance, when the president asked her what her rap was about, she said, "I was talking about some people having a lot of money, some people having big houses, but actually are they really happy?"

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