How Malia Obama co-wrote one of the weirdest episodes of “Swarm.”

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If Mali Obama has decided on a career path as a writer in the film industry and is on the right track. She is now credited as a staff writer on the Donald Glover and Janine Nabers television series swarman important achievement in a steadily growing career.

Starring Dominique Fishback, Chloe Bailey and Nirine S. Brown, swarm is about a fan who has an unhealthy obsession with her idol that becomes very violent. Imagine being the star of the show like Fishback and Bailey and having a crush on a writer in the writing room. After meeting Malia, Fishback told ET Online: “It was pretty cool to meet her. I think she’s goofy.” Then she added, “It was nice to know that she would be in it and that we had different voices and different generations involved in the production of the show.”

Bailey, who had previously met Malia, said, “It was always so fun and exciting to meet Malia and Sasha years ago.” She then beamed, “I was just so excited when I actually got to see them on set. I’m just so proud of her.”

Malia, the daughter of former President Barack Obama, graduated from Harvard in 2021 and has wasted no time making a name for herself. The aspiring artist has been pursuing her dream for some time and has completed an internship on the set of the television series Girl while he was still in high school and working as a production assistant on the television series Available with Hall Berry. These opportunities provided valuable experience and an impressive resume before Obama ever took the stage swarm Sentence.

She was recruited by Donald Glover to work on the show and loud vanity fair, the actor, comedian, singer, rapper, writer, director and producer had this to say: “She’s just an incredibly talented person. She’s really focused and she works really hard.” He then went on to praise, “I feel like she’s just someone who’s going to have really good things soon… Her writing is great.”

Nabers co-wrote the episode “Girl, Bye” with Obama and enjoyed the experience: “Some of her pitches were wild as hell, and they were just so good and so funny.” She continued, “[‘Girl, Bye’] is probably one of the wildest episodes. I think it will surprise a lot of people. It’s pretty stupid. I’m really proud of that.” How Malia Obama co-wrote one of the weirdest episodes of “Swarm.”

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