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Michelle Obama Is Rocking Her Natural Hair And The Internet Can’t Even

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Michelle Obama Is Rocking Her Natural Hair And The Internet Can’t Even

The gates of heaven opened and Michelle Obama popped up on timelines in rare form on Sunday night.

Twitter user @meagnacarta shared a photo of Obama rocking her natural hair in a low puff and gray polka dot headband, presumably wearing the purest grade of shea butter.

 

It’s not confirmed exactly where the former first lady is or when the photo was taken ― though Barack Obama is currently writing his memoir in the French Polynesian islands ― but that didn’t stop Twitter from having a damn fit. Many social media users noted that they’ve been waiting for this natural hair moment for the longest. Others reveled in the glow of Obama’s melanin.

Sentiments were reminiscent of when Obama was spotted on vacation with her husband rocking the…

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