In case you are wondering, Melania Trump is very different from Michelle Obama, according to the talented writer and actress Issa Rae. Miss Rae is the brains behind HBO’s hit show, Insecure.
The star is featured in the latest issue of Glamour where she explained that she was surprised and honored to learn that the former first lady was a huge fan of her series.
Michelle was introduced to the show by her then-young daughters — Sasha and Malia.
The popular actress revealed that Michelle told her during a meeting last year: “I had just finished watching the finale, and she was like: “That fakeout – how could you do that?”
She said she misses President Obama and added: “It was like talking to my auntie. It bums me out that I will never have that feeling again of the First Family f***ing with us so hard and getting us.”
And she had this to say about Melania: “If Melania said that to me, I would be like: “Well, I guess it’s canceled. We’re not making this show. It’s not ours anymore.”‘
One fan asserted: “lol right, what she doing watching that.“Well, it’s canceled” damn. That’s too real. That’s the dopest compliment tho having the ?FLOTUS Michelle Obama be a fan of your hard work Yes I’m proud of Molly and Issa. The glow up! Hopefully, he’s done with Daniel lol we shall see.”
Another commenter wrote: “I’m slowly getting off of Insecure because it’s slow af and semi-boring so far this season. We need more episodes with Kelly, Chad, and the other funny people. Molly and Issa can’t carry the show alone. Lawrence was honestly that spark of the show, although they don’t have to get back together. Without him, we also don’t have Chad. I’d like Jared to come back too. idk if Melania watched her show its canceled sounds kinda hateful. Lol.”
This person shared: “Imagine one day living yah best life, having Obama as president… then boom you turn on the tv to see a Cheeto sitting in the White House I will forever support Issa I love her. Hell, I will forever support 85% of black women. I read this as Michelle Obama is going to be on insecure.”
Like it or not, Issa says what she feels.