‘MTV Obama’ exchanges tweets with stars of vulgar VMA’s

The celebrity push for Obamacare is alive and well in the world of music these days. And President Obama was just loving it as tweets from his official Twitter account showed Sunday night.

Music “stars” Katy Perry and Jason Derulo both tweeted about Obamacare last night during the Video Music Awards and the official Obama Twitter account, run by Organizing For America, tweeted the love right back.

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Team Obama responded with a shout-out:

Perry, who’s new single is called “Roar,” was just tickled:

The back and forth with Derulo, who’s new album “Tattoos” will be released next month, went like this:

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Twitchy compiled the responses to people not overly thrilled that “Obama” was tweeting with celebrities about Obamacare while everything else in the nation and the world is seemingly going to hell – Warning, Adult Language:

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See which other Democratic lawmaker tweeted his love for the boy-band ‘N Sync during last night’s VMA’s here.


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