First daughter Malia Obama was spotted with a girlfriend and a small army of Secret Service agents at the Budweiser Made in America Festival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Sunday.
The 18-year-old was seen rocking a white t-shirt with the words "Smoking Kills" scrawled on the front.
Malia also wore a ball cap with the letter H (for Harvard) on the front and a pair of impossibly short cut-off denim jeans.
For once, Malia didn't make a public spectacle of herself or embarrass her parents -- President and Mrs. Barack Obama.
In August, the tabloid Radar Online published photos of Malia smoking weed at the Lollapalooza Music Festival in Chicago.
Malia was diagnosed with asthma as a child which makes her a high-risk candidate for smoke-related problems.
Prior to that, the teenager was caught on film twerking and drinking at a backyard BBQ.
The resulting media firestorm of controversy reportedly caused Michelle Obama to gain 95 pounds from anxiety.
Despite recent controversies, Malia is still scheduled to attend Harvard University in the fall of 2017.
While the president attended the G20 Summit in China, Michelle Obama invited Beyonce Knowles and her daughter Blue Ivy, 4, to spend the weekend at Camp David, the presidential retreat in Maryland.
The women celebrated the U.S. Labour Day weekend as well as Beyonce's 36th birthday.
Rumor has it that Mrs. Obama begged Beyonce to mentor Malia and help get her back on track.
Coincidently, Beyonce also attended the Budweiser Music Festival in Philly on Sunday, where she was spotted shaking hands with former President Bill Clinton.
Performers at the Budweiser festival included Beyonce's pals Coldplay, rapper A$AP Ferg, and Malia's favorite musician Chance the Rapper.