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Yikes! A Daisy Duke Wearing Malia Obama Gets Caught At A Party With Beer Pong

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Malia Obama comes under fire yet again for appearing in a snapshot with people playing beer pong.

The photo, obtained by The Daily Mail, was taken back in August during her summer vacation in Maryland. The image shows Obama, clad in a pair of short shorts and a baseball tee, standing by a table filled with with red cups, blue cups and beer.

Now, we weren’t born yesterday — Yes, the cups could be filled with water, or orange juice, but we aren’t dumb.

The good news is, Malia wasn’t spotted with a cup of beer in her hand, so there’s a chance she was simply enjoying time with friends without drinking. The bad news is, the photo comes after a string of compromising images of the first daughter.

Photo: The Daily Mail

Photo: The Daily Mail

Earlier this summer, the 18-year-old was photographed smoking a “suspicious cigarette” during Chicago’s Lollapalooza. During that same festival, Obama was captured flashing a partygoer, lifting up her skirt for the world to see her goods.

Barack and Michelle Obama’s oldest daughter was also recently at a party in Martha’s Vineyard that was shut down by the cops.

And first reported by The Daily Mail, just last week, Obama attended the Budweiser Made in America festival in Philadelphia and afterwards, was photographed at a University of Pennsylvania party sitting by what appeared to be a bong.

Photo: The Daily Mail

Photo: The Daily Mail

As the image of Malia at this party circulates social media, her mother is making headlines for her recent appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. FLOTUS stopped by Ellen on Tuesday to co-host the popular daytime talk show, and opened up about her gorgeous daughters.

“I mean, I just love them to death and the big thing I’ve always worried about was making sure that they got out of this whole,” Michelle said of Malia and her youngest daughter, Sasha. “I’m just proud that they are poised, smart, intelligent young women.”

Malia, by the way, plans on attending Harvard in 2017.

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