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Malia Obama Goes To Lollapalooza, Takes Selfies, Kicks Americans

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Malia Obama is your typical, teenage girl. She loves music, presumably likes to party, and loves taking selfies. There’s nothing out of the ordinary about her, minus the whole “being the president’s daughter and needing the Secret Service to escort her everywhere” thing.

The 16-year-old decided she wanted to have some fun this past weekend, so she attended the famous music festival, Lollapalooza, in Chicago. Let’s take a quick sidebar and question Barry O.’s parenting here. He allowed his daughter to attend a music festival that is known to run rampant with sex and drugs. Even with the Secret Service watching her, there’s always a chance that she could ditch, just like a scene out of “First Kid.”


Malia took time from her afternoon of raging to take a few selfies, as any other girl would do while raging.

Sarah was one of the lucky ones, though, seeing as Malia used a power move excuse to deny having her picture taken with a guy who I’m sure was trying to get in her pants.

After taking a few selfies, Malia decided she really wanted to steal the show by straight up kicking another American citizen. Bridget Truskey took to her twitter to let the world know that she took some sort of weird excitement from being kicked by Barry O’s kin.

From The Daily Caller:

I got (accidentally) kicked by Malia Obama today at Lollapalooza. No lie. Malia. Obama. It was awesome. #lollapalooza — Bridget Truskey (@b_truskey) August 4, 2014

I’m sure the Secret Service told her to say it was “accidental.” Looks like the power-hungry gene trickled down from father to daughter.

[via The Daily Caller]

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Harrison Lee

The Boulevard is a Content Manager for Grandex, Inc. He hates soccer and terrorists. He will forget more about sports than you will ever know in your lifetime.

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