Turnip in hand, first lady grooves to ‘Turn Down for What’

Oct 21, 2014, 1:08 AM | Updated: Apr 24, 2015, 8:06 pm

First lady Michelle Obama has focused much of her time in the White House on instilling better eating habits in Americans.

She took a new angle to this task Tuesday, dancing to Lil Jon’s ubiquitous “Turn Down for What” melody after asking Vine viewers, “Turnip, for what?” with a turnip in hand.

The social media post comes in response to the question of another Vine user, a Barack Obama spoof act named Alphacat, who asked the first lady how many calories are burned every time a turnip is eaten.

Pretty clever reply, White House people.

But really, turnip? For what?

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Turnip in hand, first lady grooves to ‘Turn Down for What’