The Wait Is Over: Malala Yousafzai Is Finally Legal


MEDIA outlets across the world rejoiced this week as sultry Pakistani vixen Malala Yousafzai finally turned 18, allowing them to focus on her looks and figure in as much detail as they like.

Sexy Malala, who up until yesterday, only made the headlines with her work as a female education rights activist and by being the youngest ever Nobel prize laureate, can now be discussed in the same manner as every other woman of legal age.

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa bombshell first made waves in 2012 after her vocal stance on education for young girls in the Middle East led to a Taliban gunman boarding her school bus and shooting her in the head.

The assassination attempt caused a worldwide swell of support for the sultry minx, with Time Magazine listing her in their 2013 “100 Most Influential People in The World”.

Having turned 18, Malala can now be featured in more important lists, such as the FHM Top 100 Sexiest Women Alive, and TMZ’s Would Bang/ Would Not Bang poll.

“It’s always tough when there’s a young woman in the headlines who’s too young to talk about in sexual terms,” said a spokesperson for TMZ, which runs ‘perv countdowns’ for underage female celebrities. “Until they turn 18, you have to be very careful about talking about their looks and their bodies. Malala has done solid work for charity or whatever, but now we can finally talk about her breasts and her thigh gap”.

The sexy teenager now known as Ma-ma will not enjoy her media spotlight for long, as TMZ has already begun the Kendall Jenner countdown to 18, which will be followed by the 9 year countdown until Suri Cruise turns legal.