AceShowbiz - People always have nasty things to say about Barack Obama and his family, and their latest target is his daughter Malia Obama. Twitter users have been bullying the Harvard student after she made a rare appearance in her mother Michelle Obama's Netflix's documentary "Becoming".
They were shaming the 21-year-old over her physical feature, particularly her "long" face. "cant get over the size of malia obama's forehead. no business being that long," one of the haters wrote. "When did malia Obama face get that long?" another posted a rude tweet, while someone else similarly commented, "Malia Obama got a face shaped like a foot."
A fourth user simply said Malia is "so bad," while there were others who accused the eldest daughter of former president Obama of trying to be a "white" person.
Reading these negative comments, people have come to Malia's defense. "Malia Obama is NOT ugly. Y'all need to stop," one blasted the naysayers. Another clapped back at the haters, "ppl poking at malia obama for dressing 'white' and having white friends and comparing her to her sister is the dumbest thing and actually makes my blood boil???? black people, especially black girls/women are not obliged to conform to a specific way of being that is."
"Leave Malia Obama alone. Stop trying to nitpick her for seeming 'less cultured' as her sister. The vibe of y'all tweets are not (and barely ever) 'a lil jokey joke' so cut the act. Y'all do this all the time. Stop," another angry user wrote.
Someone claimed men were behind these nasty comments about Malia, tweeting, "These males talking s**t about Malia Obama.Which of you can measure up to any of those girls in any capacity? You think she has all this exposure and would still end up with one idiot from the hood just to prove her Blackness? Laughable."
"I don't find the way y'all bullying Malia Obama funny at all to me. And for what?" a confused user asked. Another user added, "Anyone being mean to Sasha & Malia Obama is weird. They're children. Feel how you want towards Barack for justifiable reasons but Sasha & Malia didnt do anything...??"
In the Netflix documentary, Malia tears up as she praises her mother Michele for her hard work, both in and out of the White House. "This has demonstrated in a way-it's just like, damn, those eight years weren't for nothing. You know?" Malia tells her mother after seeing the crowd at Michelle's book tour. "You see that huge crowd out there and that last kind of speech you gave about-people are here because people really believe in hope and hope in other people."
Malia's sister Sasha Obama is also featured in the documentary.