- Barrack Obama and his brother, Malik, are at war
- The war is far from over after a photo of Malik acting as Barack's best man on his wedding surfaced on social media
- Malik gained a name for himself in American Conservative circles by being anti-Obama
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Former US President Barack Obama's brother has been trending on social media after leaking a birth certificate which claimed that his brother was born at the Coast General Hospital in Mombasa.
If this was proven true, it would have meant that Barrack was never eligible to serve as the president of the United States of America.
A Twitter post shared by former NTV journalist Larry Madowo dismissed the birth certificate, saying it has been circulating on social media for years.
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He neutralised the man with a wedding photo that was taken during the former US president's wedding when he said 'I do' to Michelle Obama.
"The ‘birth certificate’ Malik is re-sharing has been floating around the internet for years and is an obvious forgery," wrote Madowo.
According to Madowo, Malik made a name for himself in the US by being an anti-Obama but never saw the big picture when he was his best man.
"But Malik has made a name for himself in American Conservative circles by being anti-Obama. Yet Malik was Barack’s best man when he married Michelle," wrote the journalist.
Many tweeps took to the comment section, saying that Malik had been paid to roast his brother.
According to other comments, Barrack's brother was jealous of his success and would do anything to see him fall.
From the photo, Malik is dressed in an African traditional outfit as he holds his brother's hand closely.
Barack is clad in a black suit and they both appear very pleased with the situation.
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