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Saturday, 5 July 2014

PITBULL 4th JULY SHOW AT LA CASA BLANCA


"..Next stop La Casa Blanca" What Pitbull sings, he does. In otherwords "Don't talk about it, be about it" as the iconic singer says. True to his every word Mr Worldwide performed at the White House for Independence Day celebrations where U.S troops were invited to a special show in recognition of their bravery and hard work. WOW what a show!

Earlier having arrived at The White House and in a build up to the show, Team Pitbull took us with them on their journey through the President's crib in pictures via Instagram. 
The Agents looking a very handsome bunch posing for photos inside the Presidential home. Meantime, on the outside Most Bad One Stef Ruiz couldn't contain her excitement as she cartwheeled through the lawn of the White House! 


The King of party took over the lawn of the White House and the rest of the globe was invited through a live stream. The White House was most certainly where it was goin' down last night from Timber, Don't Stop The Party, Back In Time, Give Me Everything, to Danza Kudoro remixes, the official World Cup song We Are One and of course Rain Over Me where Pit hints something like this is in the works, along with many more hits. Grammy award winning song with Papayo himself Echa Pa'lla brought all the Manos Pa'arriba and the house down.

The Agents worked their magic on stage, DJ Chino looked like he was having a great time punching the air in delight as he spun the decks while The Most (gorgeous!) Bad Ones rocked the stage.

Pitbull, always in state of gratitude thanked all song collaboration partners, his new BFF the President, USO, the troops as well as wishing Malia Obama a happy sixteenth birthday (MTV My Sweet Sixteen eat your heart out!)

Pitbull and the rest of Team Pitbull - thanks for taking us to the party with you. White House-cheers for the live global stream- thrilling Pitbull concert.

Pitbull IS the American dream. Keep living the dream and inspiring others to reach for the stars. I'm not Cuban, I'm not American but thoroughly proud. Pitbull, I salute you.


Check out more photos from the 4th of July celebrations below.

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