TMZ: Malia Obama SNAPS at Grandmother Who Wanted A Picture (MUST SEE VIDEO)

Malia Obama

Malia Obama is an adult now, but that doesn’t mean she has to act like one.

The daughter of former President Barack Obama just moved in to her dorm at Harvard, and her new public position means having to deal with the common folk. She doesn’t seem to be adjusting well.

After her recent spectacle at Lollapalooza, where she flopped on the ground while dancing and then had to be carted  off, Malia Obama is showing more erratic behavior.

TMZ has obtained some grainy, out-of-focus video in which she snaps at a grandmother who had asked for a picture. Malia reportedly turned down the woman’s request for a picture, and then griped at her when she saw her recording her on video.

While Malia is entitled to a little privacy, turning down a grandmother is a bit much. And she certainly could have handled it with more grace.

TMZ reports.

Malia Obama just arrived at Harvard, but she’s having trouble blending in, especially Saturday when she felt harassed by a woman hell-bent on getting a photo.

Eyewitnesses tell TMZ, Malia was in Harvard Square with a friend. As she approached a salad shop, a woman ran up to her and said she wanted a photo for her grandchild. We’re told Malia politely declined.

The grandma was undeterred and staked out the salad joint, waiting for Malia to leave. When she did, we’re told the grandma trained her camera on the former First Daughter and Malia fired back, “Are you gonna take it in my face like an animal in a cage?”

An eyewitness said the grandma ended up getting the photo.

Here’s video of the incident, which TMZ obtained.

Don’t forget her last freak out at Lollapalooza this summer.

Of course, she was also caught at the festival appearing to be so stoned she had to be carted off.

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