REPORT: Michelle Obama rejected first version of her husband’s official portrait, artist said

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Who is the boss? Former first lady Michelle Obama or former President Barack Obama?

The artist who painted the 44th president for the National Portrait Gallery may have an answer.

The article goes on to state the following:

Kehinde Wiley hesitated at first when asked by The Associated Press this week at Art Basel Miami, but he eventually revealed: “I got a call and [Obama] said, ‘The first version that you made, I love it, but Michelle doesn’t.”

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Michelle Obama felt the piece lacked “some of Wiley’s signature style,” the artist reportedly said.

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