Just like every other social media star, Former US president of the United States Of America Barack Obama and Michelle Obama’s younger daughter Sasha could also be a social media owing to her popularity. Well, we are not saying that Sasha is making her latest TikTok video do all the talking. Recently, Sasha with her college friends posted a clip while showing off her stunning moves. Ever since the teenager has moved out of the White House, she has been staying away from the spotlight.
However, Sasha’s latest TikTok video has got everyone talking about her. Some time back, a YouTube channel, under the name of Gorilla Flakes, posted a video of her dancing with her college friends. The 18-second long clip sees junior Obama taking the centre stage wearing an amazing black short dress paired with a silver accessory. Sasha let her centre-partition hair down.
In May, Sasha’s elder sister Malia had made headlines for all the wrong reasons. Former president’s daughter was mercilessly trolled for an appearance on Netflix original Becoming. She was subjected to trolling when netizens commented on her face. A netizen had said, "I can't beat the size of malia Obama's forehead. It's not a matter for that long." While another one had commented, "When did malia Obama's face meet so much?" Another netizen compared Malia's face to a foot and wrote, "Malia Obama had a face shaped like a foot."
Coming back to Sasha’s TikTok video, don’t you think she couldn’t be the next TikTok star? Well, we believe so. (ALSO READ: Here’s What Barack Obama’s Daughter Sasha Obama’s Life Is Like, After Moving Out Of The White House)
“We were really good about it. You know, we didn’t want to embarrass her because she had roommates.” @MichelleObama talks about the emotional moment of dropping off her youngest daughter, Sasha, at college pic.twitter.com/20Nhm7Pg7l— TODAY (@TODAYshow) December 10, 2019
Images Source: youtube/gorillaflakes
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