That was the sentiment felt on Twitter Friday as a video of the former first daughter appearing to smoke circulated the Internet. In the clip, it looks like the 19-year-old first-year Harvard student is blowing smoke rings in a bathroom. She was also reportedly spotted kissing someone during a tailgate.
Malia Obama is a 19-year-old adult who is constantly caught on video partying, smoking (some believe to be marijuana), passing out, and lifting up her skirt and showing her butt while she dances. See: (VIDEO) Malia Obama Too Drunk to Walk? – Gets Carted Away at Lollapalooza
Let me be the first to say, she is 19, I did stupid things at 19, we aren’t here to judge.
But she is the former first daughter. She is in the public spotlight whether people like it or not. She is a public figure and her actions going forward will be scrutinized.
Is Malia Obama just like her daddy? Does she love to smoke and show off her rebellion by posting her antics to social media? Maybe? I honestly could careless, but apparently, a lot of people care….
Malia Obama smoking that gas 🍃 💨 pic.twitter.com/55TLM1kBJs
— ㅤㅤㅤ (@MaduTheExplorer) November 24, 2017
Chelsea Clinton was up in arms after the public backlash against Malia Obama and tweeted, “Malia Obama’s private life, as a young woman, a college student, a private citizen, should not be your clickbait. Be better.”
Malia Obama’s private life, as a young woman, a college student, a private citizen, should not be your clickbait. Be better.
— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) November 24, 2017
Ivanka Trump said, “Malia Obama should be allowed the same privacy as her school aged peers. She is a young adult and private citizen, and should be OFF limits.”
Malia Obama should be allowed the same privacy as her school aged peers. She is a young adult and private citizen, and should be OFF limits.
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) November 24, 2017
We all know Malia Obama would most likely have never been admitted to Harvard if her daddy wasn’t president so spare us the ‘private citizen’ lecture, Chelsea. You, just like her, and the Bush twins all were handed silver spoons. And all are most definitely in the public spotlight. Don’t act shocked.
The media was vicious towards the Bush twins when they were in college. The Bush daughters were constantly in the tabloids with pictures of them partying and falling down suggesting they were wild girls with drinking problems.
Malia Obama will get a free pass through the rest of her life simply because she’s the daughter of a former president. Perhaps she should keep her antics off of social media if she wants to be lowkey. See: Malia Obama pounding and rolling around on floor to ‘The Killers’ at Lollapalooza blows…
Like all first kids…
She's underage doing drugs. Just because her father was President it doesn't give her a free pass.
— Mel 🇺🇸 (@ImJustAMel) November 24, 2017
Funny when prior presidents kids were picked on in media, but not obama's kids, horrible double standard, and racist.
— Darren Gaskin (@kentuckyrunner) November 24, 2017
A private life flaunted on video is not private, your no princess and neither is she. Want to be private? then don’t be stupid.
oh and how’s Uncle Nazi these days ? Getting ready for 8×8 cell ?
— Big$ (@texanadvocate) November 24, 2017
Then maybe she should choose another avenue besides social media to display her antics.
— Mini Sue (@MiniSue0331) November 24, 2017
So, Malia Obama was caught, on video — wait for it — wait for it —
We can only hope she turns out exactly like this smoker. pic.twitter.com/pZGzSfEPB7
— 🅙🅐🅨🇺🇸🅑🅡🅞🅦🅝 (@TheMrJayBrown) November 24, 2017
She's an adult posting videos of herself smoking who knows what. She chooses to make herself a target of criticism with her public posts acting like a classless fool. https://t.co/ZUNxBFwmuG
— Cristina Laila (@cristinalaila1) November 24, 2017
I am so sick of Malia Obama's "friends".
— jaVe. (@javeauriel) November 24, 2017
I get the thing to do nowadays is lob virtue signals back and forth from Right to Left. But…cmon….
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