Mogul talk. Former President of the United States Bill Clinton, El Presidenté Jay Z, and Queen Bey connect.
Hov, Bey, and Clinton linked up on Sunday (Sept. 4) during Day 2 of the Made in America festival in Philadelphia where the former POTUS was working to encourage voters as part of his wife’s Hillary for Pennsylvania initiative.
An insider told PEOPLE that Clinton spoke with several stars at the event. “President Clinton spent time with Jay Z and Beyoncé and Chance the Rapper,” said the source. “He also saw Michael B. Jordan, Terrence J, and DJ Khaled. He saw Jay’s mother, Gloria Carter, and told her how proud she must be of her son.”
Bey has been a proud Hillary Clinton supporter, even attending a fundraiser for the Democratic candidate last May, as per the report. Meanwhile, the aide said Clinton was “sure to wish [Beyoncé] well” on her birthday.
Clinton ended up meeting another president on his Made in America journey, too. Top Dawg Entertainment President Terrence “Punch” Henderson also posed for a photo with Clinton, and shared a moment that included Jay Z and Chance the Rapper.
“Engaging in a bit of real talk with a few of the homies,” Punch wrote on IG. “Lol.”
As if that wasn’t enough, Travis Scott also got to sit with Clinton, calling him “da homie” on social media.
Me and da homie pic.twitter.com/7R83ku3cPy
— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) September 5, 2016
During his set at Made in America, Chance the Rapper serenaded Beyoncé, who turned 35 on Sunday, with a personalized rendition of “Happy Birthday.”
“Auntie, it’s your birthday,” he sang.