Even Bill Clinton made some rounds at this past weekend’s Made In America festival in Philadelphia.
While one could argue that attending a festival is a perfect opportunity to campaign for his wife, Hillary, Bill kept the weekend casual while also making sure he stopped by to say a hello to some of the a-list celebrities in attendance, including the festival’s founder Jay Z.
Travis Scott, for one, really enjoyed meeting the former president, sharing a photo of the two of them on Twitter with the caption, “Me and da homie.” The rapper certainly was hype to meet Clinton, and judging from this snapshot, the feeling was mutual.
Terrence J also took advantage of a selfie-opportunity with Bill, with both sporting ear-to-ear grins.
Beyoncé and the former prez also got time to catch up yesterday (September 4). Not too shabby of a birthday when you get to spend it with someone like Bill Clinton at your husband’s annual music festival, eh? Bey turned 35 yesterday and was spotted subtly-cringing while Chance The Rapper sang happy birthday to her during his set.
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Speaking of Chance The Rapper, he too also had the opportunity to pal up with Bill Clinton, while joining in on a conversation between the politician, Jay Z and Punch, the president of Top Dawg Entertainment. We wonder what these guys were talking about here.
Last but not least, Bill Clinton got to spend some quality time with Hov himself, who definitely looked like he was enjoying himself during what had to have been an extremely busy day.
While networking among the cool kids in attendance, Clinton rocked a business casual look of jeans, a suit jacket and a plaid collar shirt, proving that despite it being a music festival, it’s always politics and business as usual.
Looks like all parties involved had a wonderful time kicking it with Bill.
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