Michelle Obama’s College Rap Has Inspired #FlotusBars

First lady, and rapper extraordinaire

Turns out FLOTUS can bust a rhyme. (Photo: Twitter)
Turns out FLOTUS can bust a rhyme. (Photo: Twitter)

First Lady Michelle Obama has already used the power of viral video to get people to sign up for health insurance. Now she’s taken to YouTube to tackle another important topic: college.

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On Thursday morning, CollegeHumor released a music video called “Go To College,” featuring Mrs. Obama and Saturday Night Live star Jay Pharaoh. The duo raps that “A dream is just a dream/Unless you go hard” as they try to convince American students to pursue higher education.

Mrs. Obama’s hip hop skills caused Twitter to get creative. Just as a viral photo of Pope Francis inspired the hashtag #PopeBars, tweeters started using #FlotusBars to compose raps for the First Lady:

We can only hope Mrs. Obama cuts an album after she leaves the White House.

Michelle Obama’s College Rap Has Inspired #FlotusBars