Rapper-actor Common put things more succinctly: "Let Malia live".
After the video goes viral on social media of Malia Obama kissing a young man in Harvard and doing smoking, Chelsea Clinton and Ivanka Trump sprung to her defence, saying the college student deserves privacy.
The current president's daughter tweeted that "Malia Obama should be allowed the same privacy as her school aged peers".
Ivanka Trump also coming to the young co-ed's defense tweeted, "She is a young adult and private citizen, and should be off limits".
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Despite the fact that her father no longer runs the country, this isn't the first time Malia's post-White House life has come under scrutiny: many eyebrows were raised when she attended (and reportedly lost her iPhone at) Lollapalooza in August.
Less than an hour later, Chelsea Clinton followed suit. "Be better", Clinton, who also endured the media's gaze in her formative years, added.
The video and images of the Harvard University freshman soon sparked outrage online, with people on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook calling on their fellow web users and the media to leave former President Barack Obama's elder daughter alone. The 19-year-old college student enrolled at the Ivy League school earlier this year after taking a "gap year" after graduating from high school.