Lyricist Javed Akhtar created an internet frenzy when he begged former US First Lady Michelle Obama to return to the White House.
“Dear Michelle Obama, I’m not some crazy young fan but a 77-year-old writer/poet from India. Hopefully any Indian knows my name. Ma’am, please. take my words seriously, not only the US but the whole world needs her in the White House “You should not give up this responsibility,” wrote Akhtar while responding to Mrs. Obama’s tweet on Thursday.
Dear Michelle Obama, I am not some young fanatic but a 77 year old writer/poet from India. Glad any Indian knows my name. Madam, please take my words seriously, not only the United States but the whole world needs you in the White House. You should not waive this responsibility.
– Javed Akhtar (@Javedakhtarjadu) October 6, 2022
Michelle Obama is busy promoting her new book, The Light We Carry. According to the book’s description, it contains stories and insightful observations. Mrs. Obama took to Twitter during a recent promo for her book and wrote, “I’m so excited to be on ‘The Light We Carry’ Tour with these amazing people!”
“I’ll be sharing some of the personal stories and lessons that have helped me on my way, and I can’t wait to tell you more. I hope you’ll join us,” she said. said more.
Twitter users flooded the comment section of the post with political views and humorous reactions shortly after Mr Akhtar made the comment. Meme Masters started making jokes and posting them on social media.
“Who is this Javed from India studying Mrs. Obama? Oh, does he call himself a writer or a poet?” wrote a user.
Another said, “Looks like the script is ready.”
The Obamas’ return to the White House last month marked a rare moment for current and past administrations to converge and look back on the presidential legacy in the same room where former President Obama presented the Vice President. President Biden a surprise Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2017.