Sasha and Malia Obama net worth: Barack and Michelle's trendsetting daughters set to make and inherit millions
The current net worths of former first daughters are just the tip of the iceberg that they stand to inherit one day. According to the New York Post, Barack and Michelle Obama together have a combined net worth of $135 million
While their dad might still be one of America's most favorite presidents, Sasha and Malia Obama have their own set of fan followings, as the two pave their own paths to becoming beautiful individuals. And even before they stand to inherit millions from their parents in the near future, they already have a significant sum of money to their name.
In this year, in particular, Sasha has been the one who has been trending on social media more than her elder sister, Malia. Right from who she is going out with to her viral TikTok videos, Sasha surely has made her followers go into overdrive. On Sunday, December 13, she started trending on Twitter after a picture of her started floating on social media, where the teenager can be seen showing off her midriff, as she donned a racy white and pink outfit. While some people adored her look, some slammed her.
How much is Sasha Obama worth?
Sasha, who was born to Barack and Michelle Obama in Chicago, Illinois on June 10, 2001, has attended Sidwell Friends School in Washington which is a private school. She began attending the University of Michigan in the fall of last year. She has completed a number of internships during her breaks from school. During her summer break from school in 2014, Sasha has interned in TV studios in Los Angeles and New York. During the following summer in 2015, she interned at the US Embassy in Madrid, Spain. She has also worked at Nancy’s, a seafood restaurant in 2016, according to The Cinemaholic.
Although her net worth was kept under wraps till the beginning of last year -- probably because she was yet to turn 18 -- the outlet revealed in January this year, that she is worth $40,000.
On December 2, 2020, Sasha was trending on Twitter after posting a TikTok video of her, grooving with her friends on the popular song 'Adderall' by rapper Popp Hunna. "Sasha Obama" trended moments after the clip surfaced and went viral. Despite the video being removed from TikTok, it was widely shared on Twitter with social media users praising the young college student for enjoying her life during these tough times
How much is Malia Obama worth?
Malia, who was also born in Chicago, Illinois in July 1998, graduated from Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C. in 2016. Sasha might have been inspired to follow her big sister's example as the latter, who went onto do an array of internships over the years.
She worked in television studios in New York and Los Angeles during the summers of 2014 and 2015. After graduating she took a gap year and became a student at Harvard University in 2017. During the summer of 2016, Malia interned in the US Embassy in Madrid, Spain. Malia began an internship with Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein in 2017. She has also interned on the sets of the television series 'Girls' and 'Extent', according to Celebrity Net Worth.
The outlet estimates Malia's net worth at $100,000. Sasha and Malia have been named by Time magazine two of “The 25 Most Influential Teens of 2014”. Sasha and Malia have accompanied their parents especially their mother, on international trips where they promote the education of girls around the world.
Their net worths to go up by millions after inheritance
The current net worths of the former presidential kids are just the tip of the iceberg that they stand to inherit one day. According to the New York Post, Barack and Michelle Obama together have a combined net worth of $135 million.
Despite the millions that Barack and Michelle Obama will be leaving behind for their kids, they always make sure that their daughters know the importance of working hard. "That was the first thing I said to some of the staff when I did my visit," Michelle told ABC News of meeting with the White House staff in 2009. "Don't make their beds. Make mine. Skip the kids. They have to learn these things."