Slow Hands Niall Horan
6 November 2012, 12:49
The 'Otis' rapper was seen taking to the stage for the American leader's final Presidential campaign rally.
Jay-Z was seen performing a special version of his hit single '99 Problems' at a rally in Ohio for Barack Obama yesterday (5th November).
The rapper altered the lyrics of the song to take a swipe at Republican leader Mitt Romney.
He rapped: "If you're having world problems I feel bad for you son, I got 99 problems but Mitt ain't one."
Jay wasn't the only star performer on Barack's final day of campaigning as Bruce Springsteen spent the day with the American leader – including taking to the stage in Des Moines, Iowa.
All three artists were also seen hanging out together following Jay's performance in Columbus, Ohio.
You can check out a picture of Barack, Jay and Bruce Springsteen together in Ohio below:
"They tell the story of what our country is," Obama said of his two star performers. "But also of what it should be and what it can be."
Jay and wife Beyonce have been supporting the US leader throughout his campaign for re-election including raising $4 million for the campaign back in September.
Watch Jay-Z perform '99 Problems' below:
The Destiny's Child singer also penned an open letter to Barack on her official website as the country prepares for the results of the election this evening.