[Ed. – Who better to advise him than people who fantasize about killing cops.]
President Obama is meeting with a group of music stars on Friday to discuss his push for criminal justice reform and his initiaitve [sic] dedicated to helping young men and boys of color.
Rappers Busta Rhymes, Common, J. Cole, Wale, Ludacris and Chance the Rapper are all attending the meeting, according to a senior administration official.
The group also includes Alicia Keys and Janelle Monae.
“Many of these artists have lent their voices and platforms to promoting these issues,” the official said. “Through their own nonprofit work or artistic commitment, many of these artists have found ways to engage on the issues of criminal justice reform and empowering disadvantaged young people across the country.”
The meeting comes as Obama is trying to beef up support for the My Brother’s Keeper Initiative, which is designed to help young African-Americans get an education, college degree and job training.
Obama and his supporters launched a nonprofit group last May that will allow the president to continue the work once he leaves office.