Michelle Obama Ruined a Movie Producer’s Day With This Tweet

Despite no longer being First Lady, Michelle Obama is still messing things up in a big way. Michelle Obama ruined a movie producer’s day.

Michelle left the tweet up for quite a while and allowed many people to get a screenshot of it. Even after she took it down, the damage was done and people were blasting it all over Twitter.

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Upon calling the number, it went straight to voicemail. The voicemail had an automated notice that said the mailbox of “Duncan Wolfe” is currently full.

Duncan Wolfe is a filmmaker who worked in the White House. Let’s be honest, there aren’t many Duncan Wolfes, so it wasn’t hard to narrow down who it is.

Wolfe is a directory with a post production company called Optimus. They are based out of Chicago. For fourteen months, Wolfe was a creative digital strategist in the White House, per the Chicago Business Journal.

Duncan was a very good sport about it. He even retweeted some liberal humor with regards to the tweet by Michelle Obama.

Thanks to the bonehead move by Michelle (or the fool who operates her account) Wolfe is going to have to most likely get a new phone number. What an incredibly dumb move.

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