President Obama is likely to go down in history for many reasons other than being the first Black president. His charisma, rhetoric and love for the kids are qualities that we have grown accustomed to and will surely be missed come next January. It seems as though we know so much about him but there’s so much to learn about young POTUS. We all know that he received his B.A. from Columbia University and J.D. from Harvard but the lifestyle that he lived at the time is still something of mystery to the general public. According to Complex, there is a new biopic about Barak’s college days in New York City.
It has been confirmed that there will be a biopic about the young Obama navigating his way through college in The Big Apple and it ought to be pretty interesting to say the least. Through his 1995 memoir “Dreams of My Father,” we learned that he often smoked marijuana and even experimented with booger sugar, also known as cocaine. The new film has been titled “Barry” and the actor set to portray the leader of the free world is Devon Terrell, which we have learned from BET. He is not a household name, but after filming starts in April, this will undoubtedly change.
Though President Obama is widely known as the first black president, it is not the first time that he has received the title. During his days at Harvard he was elected as the first Black president of Harvard Law Review. Many details of his past will be revealed in the biopic which should be a fascinating story of our current POTUS.
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