Malik Obama, the brother of Barack Obama, once again took to Twitter to declare the former president “must be gay.”
Last month, The Daily Fetched reported Malik Obama claimed his brother Barack was “definitely gay” in a tweet responding to Obama’s statement against banning porn books for children.
“Today, some of the books that shaped my life—and the lives of so many others—are being challenged by people who disagree with certain ideas or perspectives. And librarians are on the front lines, fighting every day to make the widest possible range of viewpoints, opinions, and ideas available to everyone.” Barack Obama wrote on July 17.
Obama was referring to pornographic books such as “Gender Queer.”
“This man is definitely gay,” Malik Obama said in a since-deleted tweet.
Malik also took another shot as his brother with a new tweet suggesting that “This guy [Barack] must be gay.”
Malik Obama’s tweet comes on the heels of a recent story revealing the former president once wrote to his ex-girlfriend that he fantasized about having sexual relations with other men.
Obama reportedly revealed his homosexual fantasies in a letter to his girlfriend, Garrow told Tablet magazine.
Unsurprisingly, the letter has been redacted and is currently in the possession of Emory University, according to biographer David Garrow.
Garrow told Tablet that the ex-girlfriend provided a copy of the letter; however, one paragraph had been redacted.
The former president’s ex-girlfriend said the redacted paragraph was about “homosexuality.”
“Sometime, right about when Rising Star came out, Alex indirectly sold the original, sold those letters, and they ended up at Emory,” Garrow told Tablet while discussing his 2017 biography of Obama, “Rising Star.”
“So Emory put out a press release saying, ‘We’ve gotten these rare letters by Barack Obama.'”
“And no mention of this paragraph that was too sensitive. None of the papers mentioned it. Emory didn’t mention it.”
“So I emailed Harvey [Klehr], said, ‘Go to the Emory archives.’ He’s spent his whole life at Emory, but they won’t let him take pictures,” Garrow said later in the interview.