Q-Tip performs at Planned Parenthood, Rock the Vote inaugural party

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"If you want you can Wikipedia me or Google me or something," Q-Tip said as he closed out his set.

The bars on both levels were strewn with Planned Parenthood-branded condoms.

Planned Parenthood Federation of America President Cecile Richards, decked out in a gold sequined dress, mingled with VIPs on the upper level of Washington's 9:30 Club. The venue was filled to its 1,200-person capacity as party-goers danced on the main level and VIPs enjoyed an open bar and light appetizers above.

Speeches and videos celebrated Obama, a strong ally of abortion-rights supporters.