Phil Jackson’s Girlfriend Reached Out To The First Lady On Twitter For Relationship Advice

Phil Jackson’s Girlfriend Reached Out To The First Lady On Twitter For Relationship Advice
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Ever since the Los Angeles Lakers made a split second decision and hired Mike D’Antoni, there’s one person besides Phil Jackson who has been forced into a real awkward situation.

That person is Jeanie Buss, Jackson’s girlfriend and daughter of Lakers’ majority owner Jerry Buss.

On Monday, Jeanie went on Twitter to ask someone for advice. And no, it wasn’t one or a couple of her 86,000+ followers. Instead, she reached out to First Lady Michelle Obama through a tweet with the following message:

There’s no denying that Jeanie is in quite the conundrum, but if there’s one woman who can understand where she’s coming from, it’s undoubtedly Mrs. Obama.

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