This has to be the most rappers ever in the White House at one time.
President Obama just hosted a who's-who of rappers at the White House to discuss an initiative called "My Brother's Keeper," which aims to keep youth "on the right track". While the event was not publicized, word got out via the Associated Press, but more importantly, DJ Khaled's SnapChat (which might actually have a wider audience at this point), confirming attendees such as Rick Ross, J. Cole, Ludacris, Timbaland, Common, Busta Rhymes, Wale, Pusha T and Nicki Minaj.
The conversation is said to have revolved around criminal justice reform, as well as the MBK initiative, and while none of those involved has shared any details of the meeting, most who spoke of it seemed to be quite moved. "History has been made," said Ludacris in one of Khaled's snaps, while the DJ described the experience as "inspiring".
View some of the clips Khaled was able to film outside the White House below.