This parody music video from Britain is called Flying FLOTUS – Never Catch Me Caring.
This is a parody of the song by Flying Lotus: Never Catch Me (feat. Kendrick Lamar).
The video says about itself:
22 June 2018
Flying FLOTUS is Melania Trump‘s electronic side project – here’s her new single, featuring Kendrick Lamelania.
I can see the darkness in me and it’s quite amazing
Couldn’t give the smallest of shits about kids in cages
Step inside of my mind and you’ll find
Animosity, grandiosity and ferocity to the progeny of these vagrants
Go to visit the kids and wish them all good luck
No attempt to conceal the fact I don’t give a fuck
You know this jacket only set me back thirty bucks
It’s no accident that I’m wearing it on this trip
I just don’t care, do you?
Analyse my attire, I’ve even got “fuck you” shoes
Just for triggering, virtue-signalling boo hoo hoos
Democrats, you can kiss my ass, you were born to lose
Make some room in the cages, now we’ve got border queues
Looking down on my soul now
Tell me I’m in control now
Tell me I am your queen and I can be mean and I can wear jeans
With something obscene written on my butt just to be seen
By all of you cucks so you can go “reee” because you all suck
It’s illegal immigration, it’s a real threat to our nation
It’s a need for separation, put their children in the cages
Prosecute their parents, remove their presence
And keep them there for ages
Maybe bomb their nation so there’s no retaliation
Have we bombed them before? I lose track of all the war
Even if they’ve got freedom, we could bequeath them even more
Let’s go spread democracy with our mighty military
We’re okay with God on our side
We don’t care that Rachel Maddow cried
She’s a wuss
See, you’re never gonna catch me caring
TRUMP TROUSERED PHOTO CASH First lady Melania Trump earned somewhere between $100,000 and $1 million in 2017 from news organizations using family photos that were authorized only for use in positive stories. [HuffPost]
From the New York Times:
NAIROBI, Kenya — A half a world away from the spectacle of Washington, Melania Trump still managed to create one of her own during a Kenyan safari on Friday, riding out into the grassland wearing a crisp white pith helmet — a common symbol of European colonial rule.
It may not have been the most glaring faux pas the hyper-scrutinized Mrs. Trump has ever made. That title probably goes to the “I really don’t care. Do U?” jacket she wore on the way to visit detained migrant children in Texas in June.
But to some — especially those who study African history — her fashion choice in Kenya was still a big error on the global stage: the sight of a first lady wearing something so closely associated with the exploitation of Africans.
Hours before Washington woke up, critics were pointing out how Mrs. Trump — who is here representing a husband widely reported to have disparaged African nations in vulgar terms — had fumbled this segment of her visit. Mrs. Trump is in Africa on a four-nation tour, with plans to visit Egypt this weekend after stops in Ghana, Malawi and Kenya.