Skip to comments.Malia Obama Dances On Stage at Lollapalooza (Video)
Posted on 07/31/2016 4:58:48 PM PDT by drewh
alia Obama looks like shes been having a blast at Lollapalooza music festival this weekend in her hometown of Chicago, Ill.
The 18-year-old daughter of President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama was seen checking out different performances with her friends and was even spotted shaking her booty on stage during Mac Millers set!
While standing side stage, Malia showed off her moves, much to the surprise of the crowd who went totally crazy!
Check out the video below
We’ve seen enough of Malaria and Sharia to last a lifetime.
Obama’s Daughter Malia Twerks At Lollapalooza Concert Instead Of Attending The Democratic Nationa Convention https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GOaDm1-GC5o
Yes, that was pathetic.
you cant fake bad kids...so says Gov Pence
Plus the pudger on the right might not want to wear mid riff bearing clothes.
Kids dance, who cares?
Can you imagine what the Democrat media would have done had the Bush daughters been photographed similarly? They’d have had the vapors. However, Malia looks A LOT better than the fat White girl who should never wear shorts, much less twerk.
Not just like her mother. Her mother wouldn’t lift her dress while twerking because her bulge would show. But I digress, no class shown by the younger Obama.
All the leftist giving her a pass, do they remember how they criticized the Bush girls when they weren’t perfect?
When I was a kid, I don’t recall pulling up my dress and showing my butt.
hoochie at 18 knocked up at 19 in Cambridge
Lighten up, she’s a teenage girl. I went to my first rock festival in June of 1970 right after high school graduation and observed our class valedictorian stroll by completely naked except for her flip flops and a necklace.
Looks like somebody needs a little road work.
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