Friday, 15 November, 2019

Michelle Obama’s mom says she's not a 'real' star in sassy text

Michelle Obama’s text exchange with mom is so relatable Michelle Obama’s Mom Doesn’t Think She’s a ‘Real Star’ in Funny Text Convo
Adrian Cunningham | 13 February, 2019, 22:52

Millions of viewers may have been beside themselves Sunday when former First Lady Michelle Obama showed up unexpectedly on stage alongside Alicia Keys, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez and Jada Pinkett Smith, but at least one person was not impressed: Her mother.

Former First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama made a surprise appearance on the Grammys stage on Sunday.

Obama shared a amusing text exchange between her and her mom, Marian Robinson, on Instagram Tuesday night, writing: "When your mom doesn't think you're a "real" celebrity..."

"I guess you were a hit at the Grammys", she wrote, adding a smiley-face emoji with its tongue sticking out. And when Obama later told her mother that "I Am A real star... by the way...", Robinson issued a single-word response: "Yeah". Mom replied she saw it and then asked if her daughter had met "any of the real stars".

Michelle then told her that yes, she had told her about it, though Robinson maintained she hadn't, writing, "I would have remembered that even though I don't remember much".

Obama replied, her trailing off familiar to any child who ever tried to have a diplomatic exchange with a parent.

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"Music shows us that all of it matters, every story, every voice, every note, in every song".

Robinson lived at the White House with her daughter during her son-in-law's tenure as president.

Her daughter asked mum if she had watched.

'[I] was anxious about their safety, ' she added.

Following her appearance, she had tweeted how she wanted to be there for Alicia Keys who was the host for the big night. When the kids were still little and they needed to have someone be with them in school.

'Well, Mom would ride in the auto with her to make it feel like a regular carpool'.