A TikTok dance video of former President Barack Obama’s youthful daughter, Sasha, has gone viral throughout social media platforms.
The 15-second video, set to artist Popp Hunna’s 2020 monitor “Adderall (Corvette Corvette),” exhibits Sasha in entrance of about seven folks, all unmasked and inside what seems to be a kitchen. The group performs a comparatively rehearsed-looking dance within the video, which begins with Sasha and her friends singing the phrase “b–ch.”
The TikTok video was posted by one of the dancers in the clip, not Sasha, and the unique put up has since been taken down.
“Sasha Obama doing the lord’s work educating white children rhythm,” one viral tweet says of the clip.
“Sasha Obama about to make this woman’s TikTok viral,” one other viewer reacted.
The 19-year-old former first daughter is an undergraduate scholar on the University of Michigan, the place she started last fall.
Sasha — whose full identify is Natasha — and sister Malia, 22, lately gave Netflix unprecedented entry to their non-public lives for his or her mother Michelle’s documentary “Becoming,” which got here out May 6 and is predicated on the previous first girl’s best-selling memoir of the identical identify.
“I’m excited for her to be happy with what she’s finished,” Sasha informed O, the Oprah Magazine ahead of the doc’s release. “Because I believe that that is a very powerful factor for a human to do, is be happy with themselves.”
More lately, Barack Obama praised Sasha, Malia and Michelle for being “badass” in an interview with InStyle. “They all have a number of badass qualities,” he mentioned within the uncommon interview about his household. “Sasha is, as Malia describes it, fully assured about her personal tackle the world and isn’t cowed or intimidated — and by no means has been — by anyone’s titles, anyone’s credentials. If she thinks one thing’s fallacious or proper, she is going to say so.”
He then recalled an incident when the household was visiting Russia when Sasha was a toddler and she or he refused to style caviar. “She was like, ‘Mnn-nnh. No. Sorry. That seems slimy.'”