With Malia Obama growing up before our very eyes in the White House, we knew the teenager would steal a few hearts, but one admirer will more than likely have President Obama and the Secret Service up in arms.
According to the New York Daily News, Kenyan lawyer Felix Kiprono has promised the president 50 cows, 70 sheep and 30 goats in exchange for the 16-year-old’s hand in marriage. Since laying eyes on the under aged teen, Kiprono (whose age is a mystery) says he hasn’t dated anyone since 2008.
He also says he plans to write a letter to the president via the embassy in hopes he will respond.
“People might say I am after the family’s money, which is not the case. My love is real,” he told The Nairobian. “I am currently drafting a letter to Obama asking him to please have Malia accompany him for this trip. I hope the embassy will pass the letter to him. I will hand it over to the U.S. Ambassador with whom we have interacted several times.”
Calling Malia “his queen” Kiprono wants to show her his Kenyan roots by teaching her to prepare porridge and more.
“I will teach Malia how to milk a cow, cook ugali and prepare mursik like any other Kalenjin woman,” he told the paper.
Not only are the levels of disrespect at an all time high, but the creepiness is just too much.
SOURCE: NY Daily News | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty
So A Kenyan Lawyer Wants To Give President Obama 50 Cows To Marry Malia Obama was originally published on newsone.com
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