Michelle Obama’s Raunchy Message to ‘Empower’ Girls

Michelle Obama likes to present herself as being the ‘cool first lady.’ She’ll get her groove on by dancing before the camera at any time. She tries to make a fashion statement which is sometimes a hit and sometimes not. She even changes her look and her hair more often than any first lady that I can remember and she has a massive staff to help her keep up her appearance.

At the same time, Michelle tries to position herself as the mom to everyone in the country because, you know, we need the first lady to treat us all like children, or something. But, her latest attempt to be the cool mom backfired with a mixed message delivered in her attempt to “empower” girls.

No stranger to hashtag activism, Michelle Obama took to social media again with the hashtag #62MillionGirls in an attempt to “fight for the education” of girls around the world.

Of course, since the Obamas love the camera, she took a selfie of herself listening to music on her iPad and even made her Spotify list available to others who wanted to hear the music chosen by FLOTUS to supposedly empower young girls. But, her song choices are questionable to say the least. The majority of these songs have three things in common. They are raunchy, filled with profanity, and refer to sexual acts.

Michelle used one song by Beyonce called Run to the World. I guess FLOTUS believes the N-word and references to sex are both okay if it’s coming from her friend Bey.

Girls! We run this mother (yeah)
Girls! We run this mother (yeah)

Who run the world? Girls (girls)
Who run the world? Girls (girls)

This goes out to all my girls that’s in the club rocking the latest
Who will buy it for themselves and get more money later
I think I need a barber
None of these niggas can fade me
I’m so good with this
I remind you I’m so hood with this

Boy I’m just playing
Come here baby
Hope you still like me
F’ you pay me

My persuasion can build a nation
Endless power, the love we can devour
You’ll do anything for me

She also used an incredibly raunchy and sexually explicit song by Nicki Minaj, Ariana Grande, and Jessie J.

She got a body like an hour glass
But I can give it to you all the time
She got a booty like a Cadillac
But I can send you into overdrive (oh)

Bang bang into the room (I know ya want it)
Bang bang all over you (I’ll let ya have it)
Wait a minute lemme take you there (ah)
Wait a minute till ya (ah)

She might’ve let you hold her hand in school
But I’m a show you how to graduate
No, I don’t need to hear you talk the talk
Just come and show me what your momma gave (oh, yeah)

(Okay you’ve got a very big shhh,
Mouth but don’t say a thing)
See anybody could be good to you,
You need a bad girl to blow your mind

If he hangin’ we bangin’
Phone rangin’, he slangin’
It ain’t karaoke night but get the mic ’cause I’m singing (uh)

Michelle Obama then tied the sex in with the n-word once again by promoting a song by Lauryn Hill.

It’s been three weeks since you were looking for your friend
The one you let hit it and never called you again

Plus, when you give it up so easy you ain’t even foolin’ him
If you did it then, then you’d probably f*** again

Baby girl, respect is just a minimum
Niggas f***** up and you still defending ’em

Money taking and heart breaking, now you wonder why women hate men
The sleepy, silent men
The punk, domestic violence men
Quick to shoot the semen, stop acting like boys and be men

So Michelle Obama’s message is that racially derogatory words, raunchiness, and sex is what empowers girls.

Pretty interesting message considering the fact that both she and her husband Barack advocate strongly for Planned Parenthood with Barack going so far as to say that he wouldn’t want his girls to be “punished” with baby.

h/t Truth Revolt

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Jennifer Burke
Jennifer Burke
Jennifer is a Co-Founder of PolitiStick and the Editor-in-Chief. She is a graduate of Texas A&M University and a certified teacher with 12 years experience in the classroom. Jennifer attended what is credited for being the first modern-day Tea Party rally in the country in the Seattle area and from there emerged as a powerful speaker and writer within the movement. While still in Washington State, Jennifer was selected to be a member of the second graduating class of the Jennifer Dunn Leadership Institute (JDLI), a program which identified future conservative leaders. Jennifer worked as the National Outreach Director for one of the largest conservative groups in the country and served as Managing Editor and writer for what quickly grew to become one of the top 15 conservative sites in the country. She brings to Politistick a passion for the fight for freedom for current and future generations.

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