Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Tamar Braxton's BF, David Adefeso Shares A Motivational Message For Father's Day - yuetu.info

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Tamar Braxton’s BF, David Adefeso shared a motivational video on his social media account. He’s remembering his ancestors, who fought for a better life. Check out his post below.


‘During Fathers’ Day yesterday, I remembered our great forefathers who sacrificed so much so we may be here today. From Frederick Douglas and Julius Nyerere to the Rev Martin Luther King Jr and Nelson Mandela these heroes fought for the upliftment of black people in Africa and America. Through the persecutions of slavery, colonization, ethnic cleansing and institutionalized racism our indomitable will endured. We achieved much but to reach our destination we must unite together as one,’ David began his post.


He continued and said: ‘Recently, my @tamarbraxton and I felt great pride in joining the ongoing uprising demanding justice and equal rights for black lives! We didn’t identify ourselves by the part of the world we were from, our different cultures or native tongue. No! Instead, along with millions of other black people we stood firm for our martyr #georgefloyd in demanding justice. The global impact has been unprecedented- from the calm lakes of Minneapolis to the bustling city streets of Lagos we are demanding justice.’














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During Fathers’ Day yesterday I remembered our great forefathers who sacrificed so much so we may be here today. From Frederick Douglas and Julius Nyerere to the Rev Martin Luther King Jr and Nelson Mandela these heroes fought for the upliftment of black people in Africa and America. Through the persecutions of slavery, colonization, ethnic cleansing and institutionalized racism our indomitable will endured. We achieved much but to reach our destination we must unite together as one. Recently, my @tamarbraxton and I felt great pride in joining the ongoing uprising demanding justice and equal rights for black lives! We didn’t identify ourselves by the part of the world we were from, our different cultures or native tongue. No! Instead, along with millions of other black people we stood firm for our martyr #georgefloyd in demanding justice. The global impact has been unprecedented- from the calm lakes of Minneapolis to the bustling city streets of Lagos we are demanding justice. From the rocky mountains of Johannesburg to the soaring national treasures of Washington DC we are tearing down racist monuments. Africans, irrespective of what part of the world we were born, are FINALLY speaking out with one voice. Together we have accomplished much but we need to stay united. The next time a black man is killed by a cop we need to leverage the power of our 54 African Presidents to demand answers from the US government and the UN Human Rights Commission. The next time an unarmed black woman is shot in her home we need our 1.4 billion Africans in Africa to continue joining hands with our 45 million Africans in America to seek justice. In return our 45 million Americans should get to know Africa and bring along that dynamic culture, resources, knowledge, and strength to further uplift the continent so all blacks around the world, irrespective of where they choose to live can always have a place to call home. But we MUST stand united. We must support black businesses, we must resist tearing each other down for sport in print and social media, and we must insist the press, particularly reality TV, start depicting us as we really are- Strong, Black, Beautiful and Proud!


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We recommend that you check out the complete post that David shared on social media because it’s rally inspirational.


A follower posted this: ‘PeriodT!! We black people need to stop tearing each other down on social media. Use your platform to lift each other up instead. That’s what Tamar and her man is doing and I’m here for it.’


Someone else said: ‘WOW! What a powerful message💪🏽💪🏽. This is the type of leadership we need during this struggle for our survival. Stop the petty bickering and let’s stand united for change.’


A commenter posted this message: ‘Unity we stand divided we fall. Black people all over the world need to unite together because we are one family. Love one another, build ourselves up and stop tearing each other down. Love ourselves is the key to this fight if we must win. Well-spoken brother, great job, keep it up.’


Both Tamar Braxton and David wanted to honor their ancestors, and they shared emotional posts on their social media accounts.

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