SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – The doppleganger of Melania Trump who recently appeared in the controversial music video of rapper T.I. In the "Oval Office" he says he now receives death threats.
Marden said he is not recanting for portraying the First Lady in "an extremely sexual light," but says the video could have been presented in a better way.
"Someone was going to hit me with his car, someone was going to take me a baseball bat, someone wanted me to be raped and then killed," Marden said.
Marden went to Instagram to answer all the controversy, posing as the First Lady.
"Life is short, relax and be nice, be better," says Marden, as the First Lady says, referring to the "Be the best" campaign against Trump harassment.
Last week, a spokeswoman for Melania Trump called for a boycott of T.I. after the video, which showed Marden supposedly portraying the First Lady, stripping down in the Oval Office, gained popularity.
In the video, Marden wears a jacket that says "I REALLY DO NOT CARE ABOUT, DO YOU WANT?"
The First Lady wore a jacket with the same words when she visited a migrant center in Texas.
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