Strong reactions have followed the publication on social media of a nude photograph said to be of First Lady Meliana Trump by American female rapper, Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, popularly known as Cardi B.
The nude photograph of the American First Lady was reportedly taken in 1995 when Mrs. Trump was a model and before she married the twice-divorced Mr. Trump, a real estate mogul.
The picture showed her completely naked with her hands barely covering her genitals. GWG has opted not to publish the photograph circulated by Cardi B following a brush with a political journalist, Ms. DeAnna Lorraine.
Lorraine, had taken to her Twitter page to shade Cardi B, tweeting “America needs more women like Melania Trump and less like Cardi B.”
The shading followed Ms. Trump’s well-received speech to the Republican National Convention delivered from the White House.
Responding to Lorraine, Cardi B quoted the tweet with a photograph of Melania Trump in which the first lady was totally naked.
The American singer has been critical of Donald Trump’s policies and she had suggested that she would dump the American passport for the Nigerian passport.
Cardi B, the prospective immigrant to Nigeria had at the beginning of the year pledged to relocate to Nigeria saying she was yet choosing the tribe to relocate to.
GWG had reported Cardi B in January tweeting her readiness to file for Nigerian citizenship in her rejection of the foreign policies of President Donald Trump.
“Naaaaa these memes are fuckin
but shit ain’t no joke ! Specially being from New York. It’s sad this man is putting Americans lives in danger. Dumbest move Trump did till date …I’m filing for my Nigerian citizenship.
“Picking my tribe” she added.
The prospects of President Trump could perhaps force Cardi B to make good her threat to relocate to Nigeria and put focus on Nigeria.
Her tweet followed the killing of the Iranian general, Qasem Soleimani, the head of Iran’s Quds Forces, an elite wing of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards.
The nude photograph sparked mixed reactions, as some of the rapper’s fans supported her while others took to defend the First Lady arguing that she was a model at the time the picture was taken.
GWG gathered the following reactions.
Aurora Mendez writing said: Cardi, thank you for calling out their bullshit. They can’t take the truth, nor people who unapolagetically live their truth and own it. Melania could only wish to be a fraction of the woman you are. They don’t know who they are messing w. This Bronx girl stands with you!
— Aurora Mendez (@MendezViolin) August 26, 2020
Lakinda Lipscomb another twitter user wrote:
This why Melania can never be compared to Jackie Kennedy Barbara Bush Michelle Obama Whoopi Goldberg Queen Latifah Sunny Hostin Rosa Parks Joy Behar these women have class— Lakinda Lipscomb (@LakindaLipscomb) August 26, 2020
Rucha Chitnis, a photojournalist wrote: Deanna Loraine is exemplifying how slut-shaming is racialized where Black and Brown women are the targets of the hypocritical right.— Rucha Chitnis (@ruchachitnis) August 26, 2020
Melissa Davies wrote: Thank You. I have been in a black pit of depression lately for many reasons, but you and Megan’s music has been pushing me through. I hear WAP, and both your whole kit of music, and i remember my joy and my power.
America *definitely* needs women like you. Seriously, thank you.— melissa davies (@missisquark) August 26, 2020
Zachariah Paul in his comments said:
Cardi dragging politicians thru the dirt means today at 1128am cst, i can go to sleep
knowing that they got more skeletons than a Halloween show Zachariah Paul (@OuttaPocketBlu) August 26, 2020
Johnny writing @JuicyyJohnny said:
Since y’all wanna shade a successful female rapper we are gonna shade your First Lady.— JOHNNY (@JuicyyJohnny) August 26, 2020
Commie Lolli wrote:
Well actually this shows hypocrisy by the woman that isn’t cardi b cardi b didn’t call anyone out for doing “dirty work” it was her opposition so you aren’t looking at it very politically— Commie Lolli (@LolliCommie) August 26, 2020