Somehow, President Obama always makes everything about him.
He did it again Friday, when the White House paid tribute to blues legend B.B. King, who had just died, posting a video and picture of King but largely focusing on Obama.
“There’s going to be one killer blues session in heaven tonight,” the Twitter accounts for the White House and the president tweeted.
The White House’s tweet included a videotaped jam session where Obama joined King in singing, “Sweet Home Chicago,” during a White House event honoring American music in February 2014.
The Twitterverse derided the president for his naked narcissism.
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) May 15, 2015
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) May 15, 2015
@WhiteHouse Malignant narcissism is alive and well!!!!!!!
— NY Jooo (@NYJooo) May 15, 2015
@WhiteHouse does King Obama, First of his name, pray for famous people to die so he can further his narcissism with more selfies?
— Karon Adams (@MilitaryRosary) May 15, 2015
@WhiteHouse Disgusting. It’s always about Barry…
— Don Fredrick (@Colony14) May 15, 2015
@WhiteHouse Sorry, but president flat note and BBking are not in the same league. Try using a pic of BBKing to honor the passing of BBKing
— Hana Five O (@HanaFiveO) May 15, 2015
@WhiteHouse so it’s still all about the Obamanator. Damn ghoul’s gotta stick his face into everything. Rest in Peace B.B.
— Stephen Bennett (@ScreedofChucky) May 15, 2015
— Steven Rosenblum (@StevenRosenblum) May 15, 2015
— Killer Bunny Sam J. (@PolitiBunny) May 15, 2015
— Conservative Sista (@Conssista) May 15, 2015
— RonTsunamiBarker (@WrongNowShutUp) May 15, 2015
— Matthew Carberry (@CarberryMatthew) May 15, 2015
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