Cynthia Bailey Celebrates Obama Day And Shares This Gorgeous Photo Of Barack And Michelle Obama

Cynthia Bailey Celebrates Obama Day And Shares This Gorgeous Photo Of Barack And Michelle Obama
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Cynthia Bailey shared a photo featuring Barack Obama, and Michelle and fans were in awe, saying that he'll forever be their president. Check out Cynthia's post below.

'Black Excellence👏🏾#ObamaDay #44 #June14th #class,' Cynthia captioned her post.

Someone said: 'My forever President and First Lady,' and another follower posted this message: 'Michelle is just in a league, class, and in fact planet of her own. #Goals #ObamaDay.'

One other follower said: 'Yaaaaaaasssssssss!!!!! The MOST dignified, moral, ethical, articulate president and 1st lady in our history. #obamaday.'

A commenter posted: 'Love them❤️ Such class, excellence, makes us proud. What's in the White House now makes me sick to my stomach,' and one follower didn't agree and wrote this message: 'Most corrupt president and never helped the black community.'

Someone else said: 'Happy OBAMA Day. And. Many. Many. More. Enjoy your day and every. Day. Love you,' and another follower posted this message: 'Best President, we missed them, never we will find other amazing COUPLE!'

Another follower said: 'So I just realized that everyone is naming today #ObamaDay #June14 ... Thank you for changing that everyone bc today is my grandma’s birthday and I really don’t appreciate the person that shares it with my grandma. So now when June 14th comes next year. I can feel much better than the Obama shares that day with my grandma. May she RIP.'

One other follower said: 'Until he goes on trial with Hillary in September. And you do know he's not the first black president. His mom is whiter than me lol.'

Other than this, Cynthia posted an important message for her social media followers and fans. You should check out the recent post that she shared on her IG in which she’s telling people to fight the good fight until the end.

‘Millions of protesters across the country are speaking out against anti-black racism and police violence. But we still have a lot of work to do, and we can’t let up. So keep going,' she said.

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