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    Barack and Michelle O’bama Post Flashback Photos for Sasha O’bama’s Birthday

    Sasha O’bama turned 21 today. Yes 21. Her parents Michelle and Barack O’bama posted flashbacks of her baby photos on social media.

    Michelle O’bama wrote, “My baby has grown into a beautiful, independent, compassionate, highly capable young woman. But you will always be my littlest pea. 🥲❤️ I’m so proud of the human you are becoming. Love, your Mommy.”

    Barack O’Bama wrote, “Happy birthday, Sasha! I have loved watching you grow into the intelligent, beautiful, and caring young woman you’ve become. And no matter how old you get—you’ll always be my baby girl.” Additionally saying, “Look at those cheeks!”

    As the baby of the Obama family, Sasha has always been in the public eye. But now that she’s grown into her own person, people are taking more notice of who she is and not just her famous parents. Sasha is a stylish and confident young woman, and we can’t wait to see what she does next.

    Recently, the 21-year-old, transferred from the University of Michigan to attend school in L.A. Further details say she is attending the University of Southern California.

    She has also been spotted hanging out with her big sis Malia Obama, who will be celebrating her birthday next month.

    Her mother, Michellle O’bama spoke about Sasha as well as Malia’s love life on Ellen. “It was an extra special treat to have them that little bit of time,” Obama told DeGeneres about their time in quarantine together. “Because being with them as adults, it’s fun. I love them at every age.” The attorney revealed that Sasha, now in college, is “doing well” and that both were “just amazing young women.”

    But, “Now they have boyfriends and real lives and all that stuff.” Sasha is currently dating the son of Ray actor Clifton Powell, Clifton Powell. He directs for Nike and Pelaton.

    Happy Birthday Sasha O’bama!

     

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