Former President Barack Obama’s eldest daughter, Malia, was transported out of the arena during Lollapalooza, apparently needing motorized transportation away from the venue after enjoying music and lively dancing, as seen in a video released by TMZ.
The new video shows Malia being driven out of the show in a golf cart, the former first daughter looking dazed. It was reportedly taken Friday night, during the famous Chicago music festival. The timing of the video is in question, however, as there is no indication whether it was recorded before or after another, previously released video of the 19-year-old.
The previous video seemed to capture the teen doing a bizarre “dance,” reportedly taken while Las Vegas rock band “The Killers” was performing. In that video, after Malia’s female companion fell to the ground, Malia “frolicked” above her and eventually helped her to her feet.
Then the clip shows Malia herself on the ground, seemingly reacting to the music with pantomimed drum movements, but with no rhythm or style to her gyrations.
In the new video, Malia is wearing the same clothes as in the prior clips. She’s sitting beside the driver of a white golf cart, slightly slumped over and holding her hands clasped at her chest. Her head lolls a bit as the cart navigates through a crowd of onlookers, making her appear tired or intoxicated.
The same friend that appeared in the earlier clips seems to be riding in one of the seats behind Malia, her posture also indicates fatigue or intemperance.
You can see the new clip here:
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