The men of Phi Beta Sigma are hosting their National Conclave this week in New Orleans, Louisiana and according to sources within the fraternity, a vote by several members of the brotherhood will see some very influential men voted into their ranks very soon. Former President and notorious philanderer William Jefferson Clinton was the first voted on; he won by a nearly unanimous vote. The other was the man with the prodigious perm, infamous rabble-rouser, Reverend Al Sharpton.
Leadership of Phi Beta Sigma have not officially confirmed this information as of yet, but the rumors hearken to familiar tones that were uttered nearly a year ago, when rumors surfaced that the distinguished ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha were preparing to induct First Lady Michelle Obama into their sisterhood. The rumors became truth when she was later given an honorary membership into the sorority, joining the ranks of a myriad of distinguished women and just one former First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt.
If former President Clinton becomes a member of Phi Beta Sigma he will become the first President of the United States to become a member of a historically Black Greek lettered organization.