On Friday night at the Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago, 19-year-old Malia Obama certainly took to heart the “LET’S MOVE” instructions of her mother’s taxpayer-funded personal-public-relations/exercise campaign.
Malia’s friend throws herself to the ground while Obama’s daughter jokingly pretends to play the drums, matching her moves with the music.
She then helps her friend up before they turn to watch the rest of the show, but the party was far from over.
The night didn’t end well for 19 year-old Malia
Video purchasd by TMZ shows Malia Obama and a female friend dancing bacchanalianly as the Killers, a rock band from Las Vegas, performed.
Malia Pounding and Flailing on the ground:
Malia Obama rocked out so hard at Lollapalooza she needed a lift at the end of the night — as in a golf cart to take her out of the show.
TMZ’s obtained new video showing Malia looking kinda dazed Friday night as she was carted out of the music fest in Chicago. It’s unclear how much time elapsed between this video and the other footage we got of her rocking out to The Killers that night — but she’s wearing the same clothes.
As we reported … Barack‘s oldest daughter headbanged and writhed on the ground with friends — basically, doing what 19-year-olds at Lollapalooza typically do.
Malia being carted away:
This isn’t the first time Malia’s moves at Lollapalooza have landed her in the headlines.
Last year a video popped up of Malia twerking with friends during a performance at the festival.
The high school graduate was criticized for skipping Hillary Clinton’s historic speech at the Democratic National Convention to attend the event in her hometown.
Another video allegedly showed Obama’s eldest puffing on a suspicious cigarette during the festival.
The brief clip, published by Radar, shows the teenager mingling with crowds as she takes a drag.
An eyewitness insisted she was smoking marijuana, the tabloid site reported.
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