Most recently Lupe Fiasco appeared on “The Colbert Report,” before performing "Words I Never Said," the Midwest emcee encouraged every taxpaying citizen to question those in power, and spoke on Osama Bin Laden's killing. According to sources, with all the hype surrounding Bin Laden’s killing, Lupe is among the dozens of Hip Hop artists who have also sounded off on the killing of the former Al Qaeda leader. “We got one guy, as for his thoughts on what many pundits have dubbed the "War on Terror," I don’t see an end to it. It’s not like it’s a war of attrition.” Lupe criticized both the current Obama administration as well as past administrations with his lyrics about Israel and Palestine in “Words I Never Said.” During the interview, Colbert joked that Lupe was a member of the Tea Party. But Lupe said his views and comments were less about being anti-Obama and more about exercising his right as a taxpaying citizen to criticize those in power. “I bring that mentality to all parts of my life,” Lupe said. “I practice what I preach, and I preach what I practice. My music is no less an extension of my life, with the things was taught and the way I was raised.

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