Melania spokeswoman calls for boycott of TI over video


The woman is wearing only a jacket, which reads: "I really don't care do u?", a clear nod to the controversial Zara jacket the first lady wore during a June trip to Texas.

T.I., whose legal name is Clifford Harris, tweeted the clip on Friday with the caption, "Dear 45, I ain't Kanye", in a reference to Kanye West's recent visit to the White House.

On Thursday, T.I. slammed Kanye West's meeting with Trump in the Oval Office, calling it "shameful".

When asked about the infamous "I really don't care, do you?" jacket in an interview with ABC News, the former model admitted that it was "kind of a message" to her haters, AKA "the people and left-wing media". At the time, her spokesperson, Stephanie Grisham, claimed that there wasn't any hidden message and that it was just a jacket.

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In the video, in the Oval Office, where he observes President Trump take off on the Marine One chopper and then sits down behind the Resolute desk.

"The first ladies club", she offered on the Fox News morning program "Fox & Friends", pointing out the women's enduring cultural influence. "It's disrespectful and disgusting to portray her in this way simply because of politics".

"Melania Trump did not go to Mar-a-Lago with the president this weekend, which has a lot of people wondering..."

In response to T.I.'s video debut, Grisham tweeted Saturday from her official Twitter account: "How is this acceptable?" "If you listen closely you can hear the tears of our ancestors hit the floor".