Barack Obama Daughter Malia Obama Smoking Viral images: Malia Obama, the elder daughter of US President Barack Obama, has been spotted smoking what some suspect to be a cannabis joint.The 18-year-old, who is set to attend Harvard next year, was at the Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago, Illinois, where a nine-second video published by Radar Online, apparently captured her smoking, is doing the rounds on internet and has evoked mixed reactions from public.The website claimed an eyewitness smelled cannabis in the air, the Telegraph reported.Cannabis is decriminalised in the state of Illinois and people are allowed to possess up to 10 grams of the drug.The first daughter missed Hillary Clinton’s speech at the Democratic National Convention last month to go to Lollapalooza.
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Previous video had emerged of her “twerking” at the festival.
Her father had previously admitted smoking cannabis as a youth and he was part of a group of friends known as the “choom gang” in Hawaii.
President Obama’s oldest daughter was recording on video smoking what appears to be a marijuana joint at the Lollapalooza music festival. Reporters have reached out to the White House but so far no comment on what the 18-year-old was smoking.
The internet went crazy over the weekend when several videos appeared on twitter and YouTube of the President’s daughter Malia Obama twerking on stage at the same festival. The annual four day music festival is held annually in her hometown of Chicago, IL.Barack Obama Daughter Malia Obama Smoking Viral images
Barack and Michelle Obama have two daughters: Malia Ann born July 4, 1998,and Natasha born on June 10, 2001.They were both delivered by their parents’ friend Anita Blanchard at University of Chicago Medical Center. Sasha is the youngest child to reside in the White House since John F. Kennedy Jr. arrived as an infant in 1961.In 2014 Malia and Sasha were named two of “The 25 Most Influential Teens of 2014” by Time magazine.
Before his inauguration, President Obama published an open letter to his daughters in Parade magazine, describing what he wants for them and every child in America: “to grow up in a world with no limits on your dreams and no achievements beyond your reach, and to grow into compassionate, committed women who will help build that world.”Stay connected to us for more updates