The former POTUS, Barack Obama, is beloved by almost everyone. But his half-brother seems to be rather less of a fan...
Barack Obama was one of our country's most beloved Presidents.
via: GettyThe forty-fourth President of the United States, Obama smashed barriers by becoming the first-ever African-American leader of our country.
He served two terms as President...
via: GettyThe Illinois Democrat had started his career in politics as a senate who focused on the legislation on ethics, as well as the expansion of health care services and early childhood education programs for the poor.
And he carried these values throughout his Presidency...
via: GettyObama cut taxes for working families, small businesses and first-time home buyers, and he stuck to his promise of tackling financial reform, alternative energy and reinventing education and health care.
Obama became the President of the people...And gained a strong and loyal fan base as a result of his progressive views on social issues such as same-sex marriage and gun control.
So, quite understandably...
via: GettyObama fans far and wide were devastated when he was eventually replaced with our current POTUS, Donald Trump, in 2017.
But, despite his Presidency ending nearly 4 years ago...
via: GettyObama has remained very much in the public eye, and has continued to travel the world and deliver speeches on the causes that are most important to him.
But, in more recent news...
via: GettyThere's been another Obama hitting headlines.
Obama's Kenyan half-brother, Malik Obama, has something of a vendetta against the former POTUS.
via: GettyAnd he's been sharing his thoughts with the New York Post.
He has a lot to say about his famous brother.
via: Getty ImagesAnd it's not very flattering.
"He got rich and became a snob."
via: Getty"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."
via: Getty Images"I am his older brother so I don’t do that."
"We had a big fight on the phone.""He had his reasons but I was not having any of it."
"It was awkward as I tried to convey Auntie Hawa’s wishes to her nephew. She wanted him to look out for her, build her a house."
via: Getty"I told him he owed it to her, to the family for him to do anything, something. Barack said that he was broke."
"She really had been good to him."
via: Getty Images"I don’t understand how somebody who claimed to be a relative or a brother can behave the way that he’s behaving, be so cold and ruthless, and just turn his back on the people he said were his family."
Malik also attacked Barack's bestselling books.
via: GettyHe said Dreams of My Father “wasn’t accurate" and was filled with “embellishments."
And the ultimate insult?
via: Getty ImagesMalik is a staunch Republican.
He chose to support Trump over Obama's VP, Hillary Clinton, back in 2016.
via: GettyAnd as 2020 rolls around, he says he's "110% still with Trump." Yikes.
"He’s not fake."
via: Getty Images"He tells us the way he sees it. He’s bold and fearless and he’s tough."
And as for Joe Biden?
via: Getty"I don’t think he’s going to make it. His teeth are falling off. He looks like he’s going to drop dead." Nice.
We await Obama's response...
via: GettyAlthough we aren't really holding our breath.
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