Michelle Obama's Pre-Harvard Advice To Malia Was Stay Out Of The Tabloids But It's Not Her Fault No One Will Let Her Live

US First Lady Michelle Obama (R) hugs daughter Malia after US President Barack Obama delivered his farewell address in Chicago, Illinois on January 10, 2017.
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Michelle Obama's Pre-Harvard Advice To Malia Was Stay Out Of The Tabloids But It's Not Her Fault No One Will Let Her Live

The former First Lady joked about trying to keep her daughter off Page Six during an event.

Published March 2, 2018

Usually as your parents give their final hugs to their college bound children, they impart advice that typically has to do with studying, not partying too hard, and perhaps looking for an on campus job. However, when your last name is Obama, your parental advice for life in college is anything but usual.

At a recent event in New York, Michelle Obama opened up about what she told her then-Harvard bound daughter Malia last fall before she headed off to school, according to The Root.

“Don’t wind up on Page Six,” Michelle Obama said she told Malia while speaking at Kick Health’s New York event.

“I don’t know if she managed that,” the former first lady added.

Yes, Malia has managed to find herself in gossip news because of regular, college, milestones she’s made (such as her possible boyfriend etc). Yet, we cannot look at Malia’s moments in the tabloids without also looking at the many snitches that apparently roam the campus of Harvard.

If Michelle ever questioned Malia about why she has been the topic of gossip sites, the 19-year-old should really just say “it’s not my fault the world is obsessed with me.”

Although that would be amazing to hear Malia say, I find it very hard to believe that Malia or Michelle are wasting their time checking TMZ for news about themselves.

Written by Rachel Herron

(Photo: NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)

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