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BN TV: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kerry Washington, John Legend, Ellen DeGeneres & Other Celebrities Say Farewell to President Obama in this Video | Watch



President Barack Obama is only in office for a few more days and celebrities are saying goodbye to the President.

In this touching video, celebs – Leonardo DiCaprioKerry Washington, John LegendEllen DeGeneresJerry SeinfeldMichael Jordan, Samuel L. Jackon, Tom Hanks, Shonda Rhimes, Chance The Rapper, Jussie Smollet, Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan all shared their favorite memories from Barack‘s time as president.

Apart from the celebrities, there are loads of Americans and people from around the world who reflect on moments that meant the most to them. It truly is an inspiring video.

Watch below.


  1. adeee

    January 10, 2017 at 1:49 pm

    He deserves the peace nobel laureate he won. Such a caring, effective leader , created a peaceful enabling environment for as many people.
    Weldone OBAMA. not disappointed at all.

  2. nene+

    January 10, 2017 at 1:52 pm

    All the moments were inspiring. Charismatic, confident and humorous oh wow I am gonna miss Barack Obama.
    Hmm the hairy chicken Trump deep breath hmm God help us!

  3. ogeAdiro

    January 10, 2017 at 3:24 pm

    Too cool!!!

  4. Frank

    January 10, 2017 at 4:34 pm

    And that’s why Hilary and the fooly Democrats were voted out. Obama was the president of Hollywood not President of the United States of America. He was more of a celebrity than a world leader. Golfing and hanging out with his Hollywood buddies were his priorities. Americans and the rest of the world caught on his bullshit. GTFOH. The rest of the world is in total chaos because of this ineffectual buffoon. So glad he’s leaving.

    • Weezy

      January 10, 2017 at 6:35 pm

      Obama wasn’t voted out you half-wit. He finished his presidency – 8 years and no more.

      Meanwhile Hillary won 3 million votes over Trump. Americans preferred Hillary to Trump and if anything, chose MORE OBAMA over more Trump. The only reason Trump is president is because centuries ago white people decided to protect southern slave owners from being overrun by the liberal north in elections, so they came up with the electoral college system which unlike most countries in the world means that the president is not elected by a majority vote of the population.


    • Frank

      January 10, 2017 at 8:38 pm

      And that’s why Trump is president and Hilary is not. And that’s why democrats have lost 1,030 seats under Obama. And that’s why democrats lost the congress and the Supreme court. And that’s why Republicans own 33 states out of 50 states. If Obama was so good for democrats or the US people how come they lost so badly. The American people are not Hollywood celebrities who all supported Hilary. Because 3million fruitcakes in California voted Hilary doesn’t mean Americans voted Hilary. There’s what’s called the electoral college dumbass.

  5. Solar

    January 10, 2017 at 6:48 pm

    Lovely memories, I’ll miss the Obamas

  6. Weezy

    January 10, 2017 at 10:29 pm

    @Frank, I knew you would show your true colors.

    What is a fruitcake pls? Is that supposed to be a gay person? I thought donald was not anti-gay and the libruls are overreacting. Are you speaking for him here?

    Last time I checked Californians were Americans. Explain to me why Californian votes should be discounted. Last I checked, the state of california contributes 13% of the US GDP. More than any other American state. The state of California is the seat of America’s greatest and most loved exports – Hollywood and technology. Even you yourself are mooching off the innovations nurtured in the state of California anytime you turn on the TV or log online. So spare me with dissing the people even your beloved Trump would love to be like. See his constant complaints about celebrities and his coming up on reality television for crissakes.

    I don’t know why democrats lost the house and only gained a few seats in the Senate. But seeing as Hillary won the popular vote which is the same mechanism that elects senators and house of reps, one can safely assume that liking Obama (who btw currently is still popular) had nothing to do with how people pick their senator and representatives.

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