While the rest of us were in awe of the First Lady’s beauty on the cover of T magazine, a few people decided to criticize her appearance and let’s just say Twitter was having it.
“I love her but Michelle Obama ain't that cute if we keeping it a buck. That under bite makes me squint,” one Twitter user wrote and set off a swarm of Michelle supporters with some shady (but, much needed) clapbacks of their own.
I love her but Michelle Obama ain't that cute if we keeping it a buck. That under bite makes me squint.. pic.twitter.com/fNezUsBIKE— Chocolate Girl 6 (@_CoDiddy) October 18, 2016
Let the clapbacks commence...
@_CoDiddy oh girl......... let's not get to comparing— #B6SLAYED (@BeyHivee) October 18, 2016
@_CoDiddy lol you think the woman married to the most powerful man in the world, the woman with Ivy League degrees care about what u say?— NewaHailu (@NewaHailu) October 18, 2016
@_CoDiddy think about not using your body for attention. Michelle has brains & beauty & she didn't need to use her body to show it.— blackpridebrownlove (@KaylinWinters2) October 19, 2016
@_CoDiddy🤔 I just don't *PAUSE* how you gon' ....lawdhavemercy....you skipped ALL the mirrors to talk about ......Lord plz send help— BasketOfHarambes (@pinkpanorama) October 19, 2016
And that was only the beginning. Fortunately for her a few words of wisdom also came with the clapbacks....
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Lesson to critics everywhere questioning our First Lady's beauty: think twice before coming for FLOTUS or death to your mentions.