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Monday, 19 July 2010

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An extreme closeup of LeBron "Mr. Fort Knox" James.

WASHINGTON D.C. - White House Press Secretary Cal Colfax has announced that the popular hip hop band, The Louisiana Tar Balls will be performing at a special White House picnic for NBA superstar and brand new member of The Miami Heat LeBron "Mr. Fort Knox" James.

Colfax verified that the band is made of super rap stars Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, and Chris Brown.

The White House press secretary said that it is quite an impressive lineup and each of the four gentlemen will be asked to check their egos, as well as their bling-bling, and Glocks at the door.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Colfax later told a member of the black media that he was just 'jiving' when he made the remark about the Glocks. He said that he meant to say 'Heat' in reference to the Miami Heat, LeBron's new team.]

President Obama says that he and the "First Mama" are really looking forward to meeting the four members of The Louisiana Tar Balls.

He noted that he has been a fan of theirs ever since his specially appointed White House Adviser Oprah Winfrey introduced them at The 79th Annual Watermelon Seed Spitting Contest down in Mobile, Alabama.

The president laughed and said that Snoop Dogg came in third. Dogg said that he would have come in first, but the no good effen Kanye "The Pest" West stole two of his five watermelon seeds.

President Obama said that he managed to come in 14th right behind Oprah and his youngest daughter Sasha.

The LeBron James picnic concert will be held in August on Friday the 13th.

In a related story. The Louisiana Tar Balls have been booked to perform at Taylor Swift's 21st birthday party on December 13, 2010, at The Quaker Oats Coliseum in Reading, Pennsylvania.

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