Beer pong, also known as Beirut, is a drinking game in which players throw a ping pong ball across a table with the intent of landing the ball in a cup of beer on the other end. The game typically consists of opposing teams of two or more players per side with 6 or 10 cups set up in a triangle formation on each side.
- Malia Obama appears to be seen playing pong with friends at a party in a photo obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com
- She is standing in front of a table filled with plastic cups and cans of beer, but is not seen holding or consuming alcohol in the pictures
- The party took place in Maryland on August 23 according to a source
- The 18-year-old is wearing the same jean cut off shorts and belt she was spotted in last week while in Philadelphia for the Made in America concert
- First Lady Michelle Obama‘s press office did not respond to a request for comment
- Malia was photographed in a ‘Smoking Kills’ shirt at the event, and a photo later emerged showing her at a party close to what appeared to be a bong
- In late July she was also photographed smoking a suspicious cigarette at the Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago
Malia Obama appears to be seen playing pong with a group of young people at a party in Maryland last month in a photo obtained exclusively by Dailymail.com.
The 18-year-old first daughter, dressed in a midriff-baring baseball tee and pair of cut off jean shorts, looks directly at a fellow partygoer’s phone in the photograph, which was later uploaded to the social app Snapchat.
To her left is another young man holding a can of beer in one hand while picking up one of the many plastic cups on the table.
There are also cans of Natural Light, Bud Light and Miller Lite on the table, which is decorated with red, white and blue confetti.
Malia is not seen with alcohol or drinking in the photo.
Michelle Obama’s press office did not respond to a request for comment.
The party took place just a few days after Malia and the family arrived home from their annual vacation to Martha’s Vineyard.
During that trip, Malia was a guest at a party that was broken up by police due to noise complaints, according to the Boston Herald reported during the trip that while on the island.
Police would neither confirm or deny this however, claiming it was a matter of national security.
And just a few weeks prior to that Malia was photographed attending the Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago where she could be seen smoking a suspicious cigarette.
Last week, Malia was in Philadelphia where she walked around wearing a shirt that said ‘Smoking Kills’ while attending the Budweiser Made in America festival in Philadelphia.
A few days later, a photo began circulating online of Malia which appeared to be taken that same day and showing her in the ‘Smoking Kills’ shirt at a University of Pennsylvania party standing near what appears to be a bong.
Malia is currently taking a gap year after making the decision to push back her acceptance to Harvard University by one year as her family prepares to transition out of the White House and back into public life.
The Obamas have said that they will be staying in Washington DC rather than returning to their native Chicago at least until Sasha completes high school.
The teenager has already built up an impressive resume thanks to summer internships on the set of the Halle Berry television series Extant and Lena Dunham’s HBO series Girls.
She took a break though from the grind of show business this summer to enjoy her graduation from high school.
President Obama shared how difficult it was to sit through the ceremony during a speech he delivered at the United States of Women Summit this past June.
‘Some of you may know that on Friday, my elder daughter Malia graduated from high school. And I sat in the back and wore dark glasses,’ said President Obama.
‘And I only cried once, but it was, I made this weird sound because I was choking back, and people looked at me. People sitting in front of us turned back, and then I suppressed it.’
The First Lady was also at the event, and spoke about her daughters growing up in the White House during what was billed as an ‘armchair conversation’ with Oprah Winfrey.
‘So you remember Malia and Sasha were little itty-bitties when we came into office. I mean, it still moves me to tears to think about the first day I put them in the car with their Secret Service agents to go to their first day of school. And I saw them leaving, and I thought, “What on earth am I doing to these babies?” the First Lady said to Winfrey.
‘So I knew right then and there my first job was to make sure they were going to be whole and normal and cared for in the midst of all this craziness. And then I started to understand that if I was going to protect them, I had to, number one, protect myself and protect my time.’
Malia, who now has only four months left in her second term as first kid, has not spoken publicly about who she plans to vote for come November, when the 18-year-old will cast her ballot for the first time in her life.
Clinton however very publicly voiced her admiration for Malia and Sasha along with their parents during a campaign stop in North Carolina where she was joined by President Obama.
‘I happen to think those two young women may be the most impressive accomplishment of all,’ Clinton said while speaking about Obama’s legacy.
‘And it’s one of the many reasons why it means so much to me personally to have the president’s support in this campaign.’
SOURCE: Daily Mail