Ann Coulter Got Roasted After Confusing Beyoncé With Nicki Minaj
Author and conservative pundit Ann Coulter majorly screwed up while trying throw shade at Michelle Obama on Friday with an embarrassing tweet to her 1 million followers.
Because they're basically the same, right? Ugh.
The tweet reads:
Good one, Coulter. Why drag Beyoncé and Nicki Minaj into this anyway?
And hey, before you try to throw shade at Michelle Obama, can you please at least get your facts straight?
Let's just break down her fuckups in this tweet.
First of all, like I said, she was trying to quote Nicki Minaj in the Beyoncé song, "Flawless."
The actual line goes: "Curvalicious, pussy served delicious."
That comment was revealed in an "Access Hollywood" video from 2005, which was never seen before until now. The whole conversation is frankly disgusting.
So, Michelle Obama made a speech at a New Hampshire rally on Thursday, where she addressed his lewd comments.
I can't believe that I'm saying that a candidate for president of the United States has bragged about sexually assaulting women [...] The truth is, it hurts. It hurts. It's like that sick, sinking feeling you get when you're walking down the street, minding your own business, and some guy yells out vulgar words about your body.
Her speech was incredibly powerful and couldn't have been more on point.
Meanwhile, here's Coulter confusing two successful artists while trying to make a point about references to sex in pop culture and completely missing the mark.
People weren't quiet about letting her know she screwed up.
@kathmcginty @kotuzak @AnnCoulter That may be the single most fuckwotted tweet by a woman ever. — Kate Vasey (@KateVasey) October 14, 2016
Those lyrics are from Nicki Minaj. @AnnCoulterpic.twitter.com/U7JCVUkSzi — NATALIE AGUILERA (@HailXtina) October 14, 2016
Remember what happened to Joan Rivers when she talked about Beyonce? @AnnCoulter you don't want these problems, sis pic.twitter.com/pVIIc44n3d — NANA JIBRIL (@girlswithtoys) October 14, 2016
@AnnCoulter that's @NICKIMINAJ line genius. if you're going to discredit Beyoncé atleast have your lyrics correct pic.twitter.com/EHk6pSECQy — Gold (@publicfit) October 14, 2016
I hope anyone else who likes to throw shade on Twitter can learn from Coulter's embarrassing mistake.