Barack Obama is not loved by everyone, and amongst those who dislike everything about him is his own half-brother, Malik Obama.
The Kenya-born man not only despises the former President, but he is also a passionate Donald Trump supporter. Additionally, Malik seems to have only nasty things to say when Joe Biden‘s name is mentioned.
In a new virtual interview with the New York Post, the African man said that he had spent 22 years writing his newly-released book, Big Bad Brother From Kenya, which focuses on his estranged relationship with Michelle Obama‘s husband.
Malik did not hold back and had a long list of insults for President Obama, whom he called a selfish snob for the simple reason of having dreams and goals as a young man and working hard to achieve them.
He said: “He got rich and became a snob. What I saw was he was the kind of person that wants people to worship him. He needs to be worshiped and I don’t do that. I am his older brother so I don’t do that.”
Malik went on to confirm what the world already knew, and he is once more supporting President Trump for the November 2020 presidential election against Biden.
While millions are slamming President Trump for mishandling the coronavirus pandemic, Malik opted to praise the former reality TV star and real estate developer for his countless headline-making remarks.
Malik stated: “[I’m] 110% still with Trump. He’s not fake. He tells us the way he sees it. He’s bold and fearless and he’s tough.”
Malik often tweets about the fake reports that Barack was born in Kenya instead of Hawaii, much to the delight of Trump, who contributed to the birther movement.
Malik had a few unkind words for the Democrat running against Trump: “I don’t think he’s going to make it. His teeth are falling off. He looks like he’s going to drop dead.”
During the virtual chit-chat, Malik confessed that he and Barack had a major fallout over their late father, Barack Hussein Obama Sr.
Malik said there were many heated conversations over which family members could attend Barack’s inauguration, among other things.
However, a verbal brawl took place when Malik told his sibling that he wanted to create the “Barack H. Obama Foundation,” that was named after their father.
He said this about the fight: “We had a big fight on the phone because he was not in support and insisted I shut down the website and not continue with the foundation. He had his reasons, but I was not having any of it. We talked late into the night that night. He threatened to ‘cut me off’ if I continued with the idea.”
Malik, more or less, stopped talking to Barack and launched the foundation, which landed in a mess in 2011 because it was not correctly registered as a tax-exempt nonprofit.