This week, BET’s 106 & Park welcomed the First Lady Michelle Obama. For this special episode, the 106 audience was comprised of local New York City high school and college students. 106& Park co-hosts, Bow Wow and Keshia Chante put on their best dressed for the Michelle Obama’s and while there, the FLOTUS shared her personal story of the pivotal role education played in her life. Mrs. Obama also shared a lighter side, answering a few general questions about life before politics, President Obama’s vocal chords and and said that her husband had “SWAG”! Peep more photos and footage below. Read More »
Kerry Washington (along with her pregnancy glow and baby bump) was super funny on Saturday Night Live last night. In order to poke fun at the show’s lack of diversity, because they do not have a black female cast member.
Kerry had to play the role of Michelle Obama and Oprah in the same scene!!! Check out some videos and a recap of Saturday night Live!!! Read More »
First Lady Michelle Obama went straight CHI-TOWN on a heckler who continued to interrupt her as she tried to deliver a speech about children.
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The hackers who have hacked over 10 big time celebs and political heads is not just in it for the recognition. Law enforcement states that the hackers are actually using the information that they found for credit purposes. See details inside. Read More »
Connie Fleming, a transgender model is paying homage to the first lady, Michelle Obama. Fleming covers the newest issue of Candy Magazine as Michelle Obama. Read More »
We all know that Beyonce and Jay-Z are Team Obama! Earlier this week Jay-Z and Beyonce announced that they would lend their helping hand in the campaign to re-elect President Obama by throwing an exclusive fundraising campaign dinner. Beyonce also sent out a message on how to enter a contest to meet President Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama and her and Jay-Z.
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After two amazing speeches by Michelle Obama and Bill Clinton earlier this week, Barrack Obama spoke yesterday and captured the hearts and minds of everyone at theÂ Democratic National Convention finale. Â He also formally accepted the nomination for President. Â He addressed many issues that have been plaguing his campaign for presidency that he stated he planned to remedy if given another term.
Obama knowing that one of the major strikes he has against him and what might hold him back from a second term is the state unemployment, as it is now at 8.3 percent eased some worries with some solutions. abcnews.com gathered this quote:
“‘I’ll use the money we’re no longer spending on war to pay down our debt and put more people back to work, rebuilding roads and bridges, schools and runways. After two wars that have cost us thousands of lives and over a trillion dollars, it’s time to do some nation-building right here at home.’
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The homies over at HipHopEnquirerÂ report First Lady Michelle Obama addressed crowds at Time Warner Cable Arena on the opening night of the 2012 Democratic National Convention.
Delegates from all over the country expressed appreciation and respect for the First Lady, admiring her as a wife, mother, and for her role as First Lady in addressing key issues such as childhood obesity. â€œI think she has been perfect as First Lady,â€ said Maryland Delegate Jessy Mejia. â€œShe couldnâ€™t have been a more excellent role model for minority women.â€ Read More »
â€‹Michelle Obama has been portrayed in a many positive ways as first lady. However, Fuera de Serie, a Spanish magazine is probably the first to picture her as a 19th-century French slave. Magazine Fuera de Serie has stirred up controversy by photshopping the face of the first lady over an 1800 painting, “Portrait d’une nÃ©gresse”. The artwork depicts a female French slave in a white gown and head scarf, with one bared breast. The magazine Fuera de Serie praises Michelle Obama as the “gran mujer” (great woman) behind President Obama, but the image has sparked controversy
Fuera de Serie,Â has created an international uproar with its latest cover.
Read Below to see what the editor of the magazine had to say!
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