The sisters were at The Bird Streets Club late at night after Drake and 21 Savage’s fantastic show.
Malia and Sasha Obama work hard not to create headlines. They reside in Hollywood, yet they choose to spend their lives quietly.
So it’s a big thing to see them out on an A-list night and have them photographed by the paparazzi.
Sasha was caught exiting the event wearing a black bustier-style top and low-riding green leggings, accessorized with a gold necklace and hoop earrings.
On the other hand, Malia was dressed in a patterned long-sleeved shirt laced at the front, exposing some flesh. The sweater is from Knwls, a renowned brand among celebrities. Malia also donned patterned high-waisted flared leggings and black boots.
Former President Barack Obama’s and First Lady Michelle Obama’s kids are now old enough to hang out with Drake at an after-party, which they did on Tuesday night.
Around 4 a.m., the sisters were observed leaving the party and getting into a vehicle with their pals. Malia and Sasha presently share a home in Los Angeles.
Sasha just graduated from the University of Southern California, and Malia will graduate from Harvard in 2021.
Drake and 21 Savage are on their It’s All a Blur tour, taking them throughout North America into October.
Drake is a favorite of all of the Obamas. Obama was asked in late 2020 whether he would help Drake, who was an actor before becoming popular in music, by portraying him in a biopic.
“I mean, that is a talented brother,” Obama added. If the moment comes and he is prepared…Drake has the approval of my family, which is more essential. I’m sure Malia and Sasha would be happy with that.”
While no such initiative is currently in the works, it’s comforting to know that the Obama family, particularly the two sisters, would be fully supportive.
Given their privacy inclinations, their presence at such a high-profile gathering was unexpected — and they didn’t seem delighted to see the photographers.
Mom and Dad are thrilled that their daughters are so near and live in the same neighborhood, but they are concerned from time to time.
Michelle acknowledged last year that they are concerned for their safety. “You have these weird panic thoughts that your girls are living in this messy world,” she added. “So you start thinking of weird things you want to make sure you tell them.
‘Remember, don’t wander alone at night,’ it says. But, indeed, it’s nice to know that the two ladies you reared find consolation in one other at the kitchen table. It’s the one thing you want for them.”