We got Osama bin Laden and Whitey Bulger, the next person we should be targeting is Michaele Salahi. Because after listening to her recent song performance, my ears have been assaulted. Enough is enough.
The former DC “Housewife” is trying to start a singing career and performed her new single, Bump It on a Miami news station on Friday. The song was originally released in March and some lyrical highlights are: “Like I’m so hot and like, you’re so not.”
I haven’t heard anything this profound since Friday. Which means she’ll probably be immensely successful.
Salahi rose to fame when she allegedly crashed a state dinner at the White House in 2009. Her and her husband, Tareq Salahi, have been featured on The Real Housewives of D.C. Regarding their hectic, drama-filled lives, Tareq says:
“If you don’t have that controversy, it doesn’t make good TV and then there’s no interest.”
But that might not necessarily be true. Because while Salahi has immersed herself in controversy, she’s been rejected from a couple of ventures.
She reportedly submitted a series of photographs of herself to Playboy back in April but was rejected from the mag. She also tried out for VH1’s Celebrity Rehab, but was kicked out of the season after producers realized she had no addiction.
“I never said I had an addiction,” Salahi said, defending herself. “The show reached out to me, and they said it would be a documentary. I have multiple sclerosis, and I think they really wanted to go a different route and add some different dynamics."