Malia Obama was caught on camera kissing a "mystery guy" at a recent Harvard versus Yale football game tailgate party Saturday, TMZ reported Monday. A video surfaced showing former President Barack Obama's elder daughter wrapping her arms around a boy and kissing him at the festivities outside the Yale Bowl. 

While the identity of the boy with Malia remains unknown, many speculate the Crimson fan to be the 19-year-old's boyfriend.

In the video, Malia was seen wearing an oversized yellow puffer coat, white leggings, boots and a tan bucket hat with the Harvard 'H' embroidered on the front. The "mystery man" with Malia wore a black jacket, a red long-sleeved Harvard T-shirt, black jeans and black sneakers. 



A photo of Malia also surfaced Monday, showing the young girl smoking a cigarette during the tailgate, TMZ reported.

One witness at the Harvard and Yale game wrote on Twitter that Malia appeared drunk at the time with her alleged boyfriend. 

While talking about Malia and Sasha's dating someone, Obama had said in 2016 that he was "pretty relaxed about it for two reasons."

"One is [their mom] Michelle. She's taught—she's such a great example of how she carries herself, her self-esteem, not depending on boys to validate how you look or you know, not letting yourself be judged by anything other than your character and intelligence," he said. "And hopefully I've been a good example in terms of how I've shown respect to my wife. So I don't worry about it because they're really solid, smart girls—young ladies now."

Talking about the other reason, Barack said: "They've had Secret Service. There's only so much these guys can do. These poor young men come by my house and…. They have no idea..."

Over the last few months, Malia made headlines for several reasons, including the time when she was carted out of Lollapalooza festival in Chicago in August. A video also surfaced of her dancing and head-banging to the music at the festival.

Malia completed her high school in 2015 and chose to join Harvard after two years of internships. She worked at the U.S. Embassy in Spain as a summer intern in 2016 and later went to New York City to intern with the Weinstein Co., a mini-major film studio launched in October 2005 by Bob and Harvey Weinstein.

Malia also helped Halle Berry on the sets of TV series "Extant" in 2014, following which she also got an opportunity to work with actress Lena Dunham on the sets of TV series "Girls" the next year. 

A fake news about Malia surfaced earlier this month claiming that the FBI wanted to question Malia’s time interning for the Weinstein Company amid sexual assault allegations against the producer's. The report by Globe magazine was found to be untrue and Chelsea Clinton defended Malia after the rumor surfaced.