The Washington Post reported today that Chance the Rapper and his father, Kenneth Bennett, are on the guest list for tonight's event, the last the Obamas will host before the election.
Chance's younger brother, rapper Taylor Bennett, 20, was photographed with Malia in July, the weekend she was caught on video smoking a joint at Lollapalooza in Chicago.
In an exclusive video published by RadarOnline.com, the First Daughter was seen puffing on a joint during the Chicago Lollapalooza.
In a since-deleted photo posted by Bryson Tiller, Malia posed with Taylor after her wild booty-shaking during his Petrillo Bandshell set in Grant Park.
RadarOnline.com exclusively learned that Taylor was accused of brutally beating a man who was left with "bleeding on the brain," at a party in 2014, and he pleaded "no contest" to aggravated battery/great bodily harm in April 2016.
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He was placed on probation, but according to exclusive documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, Taylor "completed two random screenings" on July 6 and July 13, 2016, and failed the "THC50" test, which is a test for marijuana.
Taylor and Chance's father, Kenneth, is a former aide to President Obama and to Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
After Taylor's marijuana violations, the Social Service Department requested that he "be screened instanter" moving forward, which means he will get no advance warning of future tests. He was declared in compliance with his probation, and the case was continued until February 2017.
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