David Adefeso shared a message on his social media account about the African Diaspora. Check out his post that includes a video below.
‘The power of the African Diaspora! Pidgin English, Patois, Creole etc., are also very similar to AAVE. Have you noticed this phenomenon before? Repost @babatunde_hiphopera’ David captioned his post.
‘Happy Palm Sunday!! Looking at this amazing video of me and #thebrooklyndaly makes me so emotional. God is good! So many blessings. May you have a blessed Palm Sunday. #unconditionallove,’ Kenya captioned her post.
Someone said: ‘Just thinking about the entire journey from beginning to this point is amazing! I remember seeing u cry because you wanted to have a baby. God really does answer prayers! It was a long hard journey, but it was worth it.’
One other follower said: ‘Despite what you are going through, you are an amazing mum and person. Brooklyn has the best mum. You are giving her your all. Happy Palm Sunday. God is good all the time.’
Another follower said: ‘Nothing else matters… Baby Brooklyn is a natural healer,’ and one other commenter said this: ‘You found favour and was blessed with Brookie! 🙌🏾 We love you both! 😍❤️’
Someone else psoted this: ‘Memories are always a good thing to hold on to 💕’ and a commenter said: ‘If every woman wanted, cherished & adored her daughter this much ❤️ What a wonderful world this could be. Blessed Palm Sunday 🙏🏽’
One other follower posted this: ‘It warms my heart…I know how you wanted a baby for so long. Continued blessings for you and Brooklyn.’
Kenya Moore just wished her cousin a happy birthday. She dropped a message on her social media account in order to mark the event.
You can check out the post, which also includes some pics of the two of them.