BREAKING: Malik Obama tweets, then deletes claim that brother Barack is ‘definitely gay’

Malik's comments came in reaction to Barack lamenting the 'banning' of LGBTQ+ books.

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Malik Obama, the well-known half-brother of Barack Obama, caught eyeballs Monday on social media with a reaction he gave to a posted letter in which the former president praised librarians and complained of the ‘banning’ of certain types of books, including ones that push LGBTQ+ propaganda

One infamous piece of LGBTQ+ work that has raised concerns for many school parents is “Gender Queer: A Memoir,” a book that features numerous graphic images and descriptions of homosexual conduct; this despite it being written for and distributed to children. 

Seemingly lamenting the treatment the story has consequently received, mainstream news outlets such as NBC News and the state-funded NPR have covered it with an angle of it being one of the most banned books in America. 

Last year, the Los Angeles Times published a column titled, “I read ‘Gender Queer,’ the most banned book in America. And so should you.”

Malik reacted to Barack’s letter on Twitter, simply commenting in a now-deleted post, “This man is definitely gay.” He was ostensibly reacting to Barack’s musings about the so-called book bans, particularly as they pertain to LGBTQ+ literature. 



Malik has been quite outspoken against Barack in the past, previously accusing Barack of abandoning his Kenyan family and ripping him as “cold and ruthless.”

“He got rich and became a snob,” Malik reportedly told The New York Post from his home in the Kenyan village of Nyang’oma Kogelo. “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.”

The pair previously shared a more genial relationship; Malik was the best man at Barack’s wedding, per The Post. He also reportedly was a regular visitor of the Oval Office during the Obama presidency. 

Things started to sour after Barack "turn[ed] his back on the people he said were his family" and refused to help them out during a time of dire need, according to Malik. 

Malik famously endorsed former President Trump in the 2016 presidential election. He and his half-brother, Barack, both share the same father, Barack Hussein Obama Sr.

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