Malik Obama shared a photo with his brother, accompanied by a caption that tainted Barrack’s name.
“Me and fake a⋆⋆ a snake (President Barack Obama) when he was a nobody,” Malik tweeted.
Continuing to exacerbate the tension, Malik added to his half-brother’s discomfort by sharing a collage featuring himself alongside former U.S. President Donald Trump.
Given that Obama and Trump hail from opposing political parties, Malik’s actions appeared to convey a message to Barack Obama.
In his tweets, Malik labelled Barack Obama as a traitor, expressing his sentiment that he simply wished to be an elder brother to Barack, but was rejected.
Malik escalated matters by tweeting that Barack had allegedly sold his soul to the devil.
Who is Malik Obama?
Malik Obama is a Kenyan-American businessman and the half-brother of Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States. Born on March 15, 1958, in Nairobi, Kenya, Malik is the eldest son of Barack Obama Sr. and his first wife, Kezia Aoko. While Malik and Barack share the same father, they have different mothers.
Malik Obama has gained attention for his outspoken political views and occasional criticism of his half-brother’s policies and presidency. He has expressed conservative viewpoints, often in contrast to the more liberal positions held by Barack Obama. This has led to public disagreements between the two siblings on various issues.
In addition to his involvement in political discourse, Malik Obama has pursued various ventures. He has worked in the field of finance and was previously employed by several organizations, including as an accountant and later as an auditor. Malik has also been associated with charitable work. He founded the Barack H. Obama Foundation, named after their father, which aims to support educational and community development projects in Kenya.
Malik’s public profile has occasionally been controversial, particularly due to his differing political stances and his willingness to speak out against his famous half-brother. His public statements and engagement in political discussions have made him a recognizable figure in the media.