Former First Daughter Malia Obama, 24, finally gets close to her new love, an Ethiopian record producer who is nine years older than her.
Dawit Eklund, whose mother is from Ethiopia and whose father is a longtime State Department employee, is Malia Obama's new love interest.
When Malia and Dawit were seen together on Thursday—the third time in only nine days—they abandoned all attempts to conceal their affection for one another.
They were visiting LACMA, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, with their arms encircling each other. The former First Daughter is nine years younger than Eklund, who turns 33 next week.
He is a co-founder of the Ethiopian music label 1432 R, situated in Washington, D.C.
(The news of the 23-year-collaboration old's with Donald Glover for her first TV writing gig originally surfaced in February of last year.
Hive is the name of the program, and according to NBC News, Donald had nothing but admiration for the star's outstanding work ethic and talent.
"She is a really gifted individual. He noted that Malia was "very dedicated and works really hard," and that her "writing style is outstanding.")
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