Michelle Obama shows some skin in off-shoulder top and tight jeans for Ebony Magazine

Michelle Obama appeared in the cover of the December 2018/January 2019 Power 100 issue of Ebony Magazine in a beautiful outfit that revealed some of her skin.

In the post, shared to the magazine’s Instagram account, the former FLOTUS posed in blue jeans and an off-the-shoulder white blouse while sitting on a wooden chair and looking directly at the camera in a serious way.

For the caption, there was a quote that Michelle said during her interview with the outlet, “I have to say that I wish the world turned to black women more often than it does — I think it’s because we’ve got a perspective all our own.”


Apart from that, the outlet pointed out that her memoir titled “Becoming” was one of the fastest selling books of the year. According to CNN, it was at the highest selling spot on Amazon even before its official release date, proving just how anticipated it was.


As soon as Ebony uploaded that photo, followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts. Some of them admitted that she was very bold, while others pointed out that the former FLOTUS looked both sexy and smart.

“Becoming” sold more than 1.4 million copies in all formats during the first week it was released (November 13). In it, Michelle wrote several aspects of her past life, her marriage, and some of the things (not the confidential ones, of course) that took place when she and the rest of the Obama family were still in the White House.

“I have to say that I wish the world turned to black women more often than it does — I think it’s because we’ve got a perspective all our own.”


One of the people that Michelle mentioned a couple of times in her book was President Donald Trump. The former FLOTUS pointed out that she would never forgive Donald for the “xenophobic” claims that he started when her husband Barack Obama was the president.


Donald demanded Barack to show his birth certificate suggesting that he was not born in the US but in Kenya, so he could not be the US President. However, all the official records state that he was born on August 4, 1961, at Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children in Honolulu, Hawaii.


Michelle set clear that the conspiracy and everything Donald did was “crazy and mean-spirited." She even said that things could have escalated very quickly into a dangerous situation involving the members of her family.

“What if that person went looking for our girls? Donald Trump, with his loud and reckless innuendos, was putting my family's safety at risk. And for this I'd never forgive him," added Michelle.

Apart from that, she wrote about the “Access Hollywood” tape, her fertility issues, her IVF process, and some interesting things that happened at the White House.

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