Monday, September 7, 2015

Michelle Obama Slammed All Over Social Networking For Calling Singer Beyonce A Good Role Model

Barack Obama and Beyonce

U.S. First Lady, Michelle Obama, is being slammed all over social networking for referring to explicit, lewd, chronic copyright stealing singer, Beyonce, as a good role model for girls. Mrs. Obama’s Twitter page was flooded with tweets slamming her, after making the statement in a happy birthday wish to the disgraceful singer, who is an outright thief, in what has become a common topic of online discussion.


Michelle Obama

Mrs. Obama continues to defend Beyonce in what is a defiant stance against critics reproving her for choosing such a poor role model and it is making her look unbalanced. It is damaging her name as First Lady, as Americans and international citizens online are questioning her judgment. As a representative of the United States government, she should make more careful choices.

Barack Obama, Beyonce and Jay-Z

Not to mention, the rumors going around among insiders in Washington continues to indicate President Obama and Beyonce engaged in inappropriate conduct. What an awful way to repay her trust. In a sad way, they are making a fool of the First Lady, who keeps going to bat for them. However, one day the truth will come out. As the saying goes, "There is nothing kept secret that will not come to light" and "the truth will set you free."

Michelle Obama calling Beyonce "the only and only Queen" is also a slap in the face to legendary singer Aretha Franklin who is called the Queen (musically)


Michelle Obama’s Birthday Tweet to Beyonce Includes Extra Message That Rubs a Few Folks the Wrong Way

Sep. 5, 2015 8:51pm Dave Urbanski - Editor’s Note: Content warning: Some readers may find the two Twitter photos in this story offensive. You can’t exactly fault first lady Michelle Obama for sending superstar R&B singer Beyonce a happy birthday tweet — the pair do go back a ways. But Obama’s birthday tweet to Beyonce on Friday included an extra message that thanked her “for being a role model for young girls around the world” ...