Paparazzi Overwhelm Malia Obama After Seeing Her Dress (Photos)

Malia Obama has gotten a taste of the celebrity life now that her  father is no longer the President of the United States. 

MTO News reports that Obama was spotted by paparazzi as she sauntered into the Weinstein Company’s headquarters in downtown Manhattan,

where the 18-year-old is beginning a year-long internship, ostensibly in an effort gain experience in the film industry. 


Obama was photographed by the paparazzi entering the building, wearing a purple hoodie which she wore pulled over her head, and a short black skirt that revealed her shapely legs.

Obama can be seen in the photos attempting to cover her face as she moves past the snapping photographers.

This is not the first time Obama has had to deal with this type of celebrity treatment.  As The Urban Daily reports, three years ago, Obama dined Gjelina,

a famous L.A. restaurant that is often frequented by celebs and the paparazzi who film them. and was photographed by several of the cameramen while exiting.  

At the time, First Lady Michelle Obama contacted the agencies who distribute such photos and ordered them not to make public, which they promptly complied with. 

However, given that these photos have already circulated, it seems the Obamas don’t have the same pull with the paparazzi as they once did.  

It looks like Malia Obama could be the next ‘It Girl’ as far as the paparazzi are concerned.


Sources: MTO News



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