The President of the United States of America, Barack obama invited a host of Hip-Hop and R&B music stars to the white house on official talks about the “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative. The initiative is targeted at keeping young minorities out of the criminal justice system and improve their access to higher education while also addressing the challenges faced by minority men.

Some of the artistes who where at the meeting are Nicki Minaj, J. Cole, DJ Khaled, Ludacris, Alicia Keys, Rick Ross, Bust Rhymes, Timbaland, Talib Kweli and Pusha T among others.

A lot of the music stars who were at the meeting expressed their emotions and optimism towards the initiative via social media, check out some of their posts below.

 

Check out DJ Khaled’s Snapchat video collage of the “My Brother’s Keeper” meeting

Another historic Day #mybrotherskeeper #iammbk snapchat therealluda

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So much hard work put in @djkhaled we can't do nothing but smile. #MyBrothersKeeper #DaywemetObama

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