Let’s Please Get Over Malia Obama Smoking Marijuana Already

Tabloids have scrutinised every scrap of clothing on her body, commenting on her ‘boob top’ and ‘tiny shorts’.

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Photographs of First Daughter Malia Obama smoking a joint have hit the internet and for some reason, everybody has an opinion on it!

Barack Obama’s daughter was seen at the Lollapalooza gig in Chicago, holding a cigarette and allegedly twerking to some Bryson Tiller.

Tabloids have scrutinised every scrap of clothing on her body, commenting on her ‘boob top’ and ‘tiny shorts’. She was ratted out by another 18 year old, who claims that one could smell the pot on her breath.

Many seemed appalled at this display of improper and questionable behaviour, making this action sound unnatural and age inappropriate. The others have come out in open support of her, and her right to enjoy her teenage years. 

Marijuana is decriminalised in the state Malia Obama smoked it in, and only a small fine is payable by the user.

Like Father, Like Daughter?

In secondary school in Honolulu, Hawaii, in the late seventies, President Obama was allegedly a member of the “Choom Gang”, which was a group of boys who played basketball and smoked marijuana.

The leader has admitted to experimenting with drugs. He said he did not want his daughters to smoke cannabis, which he viewed as an unhealthy vice and a waste of time.

Malia graduated in spring 2016 and is taking a gap year before she begins school at Harvard University in 2017.

Malia totally knows how to turn it up and she shouldn’t be treated any different from other teenagers in the country. Haters need to get a life!

(Source: The Mirror)

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