Barack Obama Lectures Minority Youth ‘You Don’t Need Eight Women Around You Twerking’ (VIDEO)
What did we just watch?
On Tuesday, Barack Obama spoke at an event in Oakland, California to mark the 5th anniversary of the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance, an organization that focuses on helping minority youth.
The My Brother’s Keeper Alliance is part of the Obama Foundation and was founded after the 2012 shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin that sparked protests across the nation, Newsweek reported .
Obama joined NBA star Stephen Curry to encourage young minority males to be good examples in their communities.
Obama’s advice to the youth? Don’t wear 8-pound chains around your neck and surround yourselves with “twerking women.”
“If you are really confident about your financial situation, you’re probably not going to be wearing an 8-pound chain around your neck. If you’re very confident about your sexuality, you don’t have to have eight women around you twerking.”
Twerking women and gold chains — things we never thought we’d hear an ex-president talk about, but here we are in 2019.
Barack Obama: ‘If you’re confident about your sexuality, you don’t need eight women around you twerking https://t.co/ViK8wLYAGf pic.twitter.com/QprGrkry8P
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) February 20, 2019
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