If there’s one thing Michelle Obama is good at, it’s running her big fat anti-American mouth. Throughout the entire presidential election her vitriol for Donald Trump was on full display, as she frequently used her position as First Lady to put the Republican candidate on blast. But unfortunately for Michelle, her dirty secret is now out, after what Rush Limbaugh revealed on a live segment of his show several days ago.
During the election, Michelle used her position as FLOTUS to go around bashing Trump for his “locker room talk,” saying that she “doesn’t know any men who brag.” But Rush Limbaugh recently exposed Michelle’s words as a blatant lie, where he reminded America how Michelle was all to eager to invite her cocky rapper friends to the White House in 2016: all of them who make quite a nice living with the vile and disgusting songs they write about women.
Not only did Michelle’s rapper buddies brag through their songs about having sex with their “b*tches and hoes,” but then performed these songs at the White House, where Michelle bobbed along to the tunes, applauding the rapers for them! Here’s just a few of the “artists” that Michelle Obama widely applauded, whose lyrics all subjugate and reduce women to mere sex objects for men. Via The American Thinker:
Rick Ross’s, “U.O.N.E.O.” glorifies date rape with the lyrics, “Put molly all in her champagne/ She ain’t even know it / I took her home and I enjoyed that/ She ain’t even know it.” While Ross denies that this was his intended meaning, “molly” is slang for Ecstasy, a well-known date rape drug, and the context of “molly” in his lyrics shows clearly that a man put it into a woman’s drink without her knowledge or consent so he could have sex with her. Ross’ “Same Hoes” consists primarily of the F word, a variant of the N word, and “hoes.”
Common, whose “Go!” includes, “And a ooh baby she liked it raw and like rain when she came it poured” along with a variant of the N word and even more sexually explicit lyrics.
Jay Z, who proclaims, “I’ve got 99 problems and a b***h ain’t one.”
Michelle Obama called out Trump’s remarks with the words, “What message are our little girls hearing about who they should look like, how they should act?” Nicki Minaj, another rapper whom she and her husband brought to the White House, answers that question in “Hey Mama,” “Make sure mama crawls on her knees keep him pleased rub him down be a lady and a freak” and also “Yes I do the cooking/ Yes I do the cleaning/ Yes I keep the nana real sweet for your eating/ Yes you be the (boss) yes I be respecting.”
Beyoncé’s “Partition” includes far cruder and more explicit language, whose sole redeeming virtue is to remind everybody that Hillary’s husband actually did what Donald Trump talked about. “He popped all my buttons and he ripped my blouse/He monica-lewinski’d all on my gown,” to which she adds, “Hand prints and good grips all on my ass.”
Unfreaking real! This woman hardly has room to judge Donald Trump about his “locker room comment” that he made in private, when she openly celebrates music artists who make their entire fortunes for the vile and disgusting ways in which they subjugate women. Michelle needs to immediately dismount from the high horse she’s gotten so accustomed to parading around on, and take a nice long look in the mirror. To throw Michelle’s comment about Trump right back in her face, “What message are our little girls hearing about who they should look like, how they should act?”