Yes, because the angles have to add up to 360º, at least one angle has to be obtuse.
It fits the description of a trapezoid
Trapezoids ALWAYS have at least one obtuse angle (if they have two right angles, then there will only be one obtuse angle), usually two (in any other circumstance, they will have two obtuse and two acute angles).
A trapezoid and a rhombus are examples of shapes with more than one obtuse angle.
A trapezoid contains either:two acute angles and two obtuse angles orone acute angle, one obtuse angle and two right angles.
It can have any obtuse angle greater than 90 and less than 180 degrees but all 4 interior angles of a trapezoid must add up to 360 degrees.
A trapezoid can have 2 right angles, 1 acute angle and 1 obtuse angle that all add up to 360 degrees