Blueface Had The Internet Tripping Out Over Video Of Him Dancing With Barack Obama Impersonator

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - DECEMBER 14: Blueface performs during 2019 Rolling Loud LA at Banc of California Stadium on December 14, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Timothy Norris/WireImage)

Blueface Had The Internet Tripping Out Over Video Of Him Dancing With Barack Obama Impersonator

“This not Obama????”

Published February 19, 2020

Written by Danielle Ransom

Blueface had the Internet tripping out after a video of the Los Angeles-bred rapper dancing with a man who bears a remarkably uncanny resemblance to the former president Barack Obama surfaced online. 

  1. On Tuesday (Feb. 18), hip-hop fan account Rap All-Stars posted a 10-second clip of Blueface on what appears to be the production set of a music video. 

    In the snippet, the “Thotiana” rapper, dressed in a powder blue business suit, is trying to teach the unidentified man how to hit his popular dance move. For a moment, Blueface almost had people. The scenario had the Internet second guessing what they were seeing with their own eyes. Although, some people recognized the man was an impersonator immediately. 

  2. Ultimately, it would be the man’s voice that gave the ruse away. Someone from behind the camera can be heard cheering them on as the Obama impersonator tries his best to match Blueface’s dancing. “I’m trying! I’m trying to keep up with him,” the man can be heard saying. 

    “I really thought that was him,” one person commented under the video. 

    “This not Obama????” another wrote in disbelief. 

    “Me taking my like and retweet back after finding out it’s not really Obama,” a third weighed in. 

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  3. This comes after Blueface recently dropped off a new single, “Obama,” earlier this month amid preparations for his debut album, which seems to be imminent if this snippet is anything to go by.

    Watch the hilarious exchange and see fan reactions below. 


(Photo: Timothy Norris/WireImage)


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