It's a pretty well-documented fact that the Carters and the Obama's are pretty friendly. This seemed truer and always over the weekend when the video of Barack and Michelle Obama dancing at Beyonce and Jay-Z's concert appeared online. Footage from the reviving couple was spread on social media, and the fans of both couples were thrilled to see the two families so close together again.
The Obama's enjoyed boxing seats at the FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland, Yahoo reported music. It was not long before those who sat in front of the Obama heard the wind of the former first family only a few meters away. Viewers turned to a series of video clips in which both Barack and Michelle danced their hearts to several songs on the setlist.
The concert was part of Carter's ongoing On the Run II tour, and the show in Maryland was not even the first tour date that Michelle attended. In early July, Michelle visited a Paris date of the tour, allegedly with her two daughters Sasha and Malia. Their presence resulted in also in viral video. However, Michelle danced with and near Miss Tina, Beyonce's mother, and did not dance with her husband. At that time, the couple was sitting right next to the stage.
After videos of Obama and Michelle dancing at the concert circulated, many tweeted their excitement on Twitter.
"Out here to live her best life " wrote one user. "I am not blaming you."
One user thought that would keep the positive energy from being so close to the Obama and use it to self-supply in the near future. "Barack & Michelle were at
# OTRII last night, too, and so did I. So I'm basically perfectly attuned to manifesting magnitude + fullness for the rest of the year," they wrote.
Another user simply wrote: " Please come back " and apparent reference to Obama's time in the White House.
The Obama and Carters have a famous friendly relationship. Beyonce sang at one of Obama's opening balls, and she returned for his second inauguration to sing the national anthem. But it's not just Beyonce – Jay-Z, whose first name is Shawn Carter, has proven relationships with the former president and his wife.
Last summer, when Jay-Z was inducted into the Songwriter Hall of Fame The first hip-hop artist received the award – Obama made a speech to present the award.
"I think Mr. Carter and I understand each other," Obama said The Washington Post . "No one who met us when we were younger men would have expected us to be where we are today."
He also nodded to her two exceptionally talented women. "Let's face it," said Obama. We have women who are much more popular than we are.
Considering that the two families have worked or mingled several times in recent years, it is not a complete shock that the Obamas would support the Carters at one of their own concerts, yet it was a pleasant surprise for them Viewers, both personally and online.