Malia Obama dancing on stage in Lollapalooza festival 2016
Malia Obama dancing on stage in Lollapalooza festival
Malia Obama might have the most influential and recognized parents on Earth, but she has proven today that she is just another girl who is always ready to party, as she was seen dancing on stage during the Lollapalooza festival in Chicago.Anyway, it seems like Malia Obama may have taken a page from Moore’s rebellious Anna Foster, whipping up her skirt while she dances on stage to Mac Miller’s set at Lollapalooza.
It appears that Michelle Obama is not the only woman in the Obama family who has amazed the world due to a performance on a stage over the last days. Her daughter, Malia, 18, who has just graduated from high school, was seen by thousands dancing and enjoying herself on the stage at the Lollapalooza festival. The audience was shocked to see Malia shaking it at the stage of the festival. The first daughter was wearing mini shorts. People at the festival took the opportunity to let everyone know about Malia’s presence through social media.
Malia Obama is just an average girl
The Obamas might be the most popular family in the United States, and probably in the whole world, but tough they are living in the White House, the presidential couple has tried to raise their daughters, Malia (18) and Natasha (15), as normal as it can possibly be. They are allowed to have friends, study, and dress just like average American girls. Now we know the Obama girls can party as average girls do.
While Barack and Michelle were impressing and inspiring us at the Democratic National Convention, so was Malia, who went to her hometown on the weekend to attend the Lollapalooza festival with some friends. Apparently, Malia is a Cashmere Cat fan, so she took the stage and danced to the Norwegian musicians letting everyone know she was there, and that she can party even though she is the daughter of the most powerful man in America.
The Lollapalooza festival is not a new place for Malia. She attended the festival in 2014 too. As well, coincidentally, the festival was organized in Grant Park, where her father gave his victory speech after the 2008 presidential election. The same place will now become a library named after Barack Obama.