- Malia Obama and her friend attended a comedy show in Boston, US
- Apparently, throughout the set, they laughed and made fun of most entertainers
- A comedian named Pete Holmes noticed and constantly asked them politely to tone it down
- Pete claimed Malia and her pal kept laughing and that pushed him over the edge
Pete Holmes, a US comedian, is still struggling to come back to reality after realising he insulted former US president Barrack Obama’s eldest daughter.
The comedian was hosting a live show attended by none other than Malia Obama.
He told Conan, a late-night talk show, an annoying person in the audience kept whispering while he was trying to deliver his peace.
Briefly.co.za learned that like any other entertainer, Pete is wary of hecklers and did not want the lady in the crowd to dull his sparkle.
He then shouted at the top of his voice and used an unprintable word to get the mystery woman to shut her mouth.
The stand-up comedian said two women kept speaking throughout his act and he lost his temper in the snap of a finger.
Pete first asked them politely to stop interrupting his session but the pumped ladies kept sharing juicy gossip while he was at work.
Funnily, the funnyman had still not realised one of the notorious noisemakers was Malia.
Lol! Desperately, Pete attached some comedy to his frustration and covered his nemesis with a curtain only to realise later his annoying fan was Obama’s daughter.
However, each time Pete told off the distractors, the rest of the audience cringed and wondered what was wrong with him.
He wondered why his fans did not support his actions but soon came to learn why.
“I was recently in Boston and I was doing stand-up and there were two hot women at the front. At the whole show, they were whispering and it was worse than heckling. I told a joke and they were whispering and giggling. The spotlight was on them and I told them to cut it out then I finally asked them to shut up. After the show I found out it was Obama’s daughter,” Pete narrated.
The hilarious chap described Malia as a hot woman but a terrible comedy audience.
After the encounter, the comedian realised his audience knew Malia was the noisy heckler.
“I should have been shot. Why was I not shot?” Pete joked.
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