David Adefeso shared a pic on his social media account and managed to trigger a massive backlash from his fans. Check out the photo below.
‘Phew! It feels so good to be out and about again without a mask. #lifeisgood,’ he captioned his post.
Someone said: ‘Where are you at????? We still wear masks. Don’t be too sure. People are still dying and catching covid,’ and a commenter said: ‘but we’re still very much in a pandemic…’
A follower posted this: ‘Please be careful it’s not safe yet! Unless your telling us something we don’t know,’ and a follower said: ‘Not recommend but I guess we can say play at your own risk! It’s a thing where even If your suited up from head to toe u still can get it.., your pretty Healthy however.’
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One other commenter said: ‘Interesting, here you look like Michael Blackson with locs,’ and a follower said: ‘Vaccinated people are still catching covid. You should wear a mask. The NY Giants left Kansas city after the game with covid.’
One commenter posted this: ‘Who not wearing a mask what city is this @david.adefeso.’
David Adefeso shared a throwback photo on his social media account. He was flaunting his braids in the pic, and fans simply could not get enough of him.
People are sending him love via the comments, and a lot of fans are encouraging him. As you know, he broke up with Tamar Braxton following some pretty disturbing episodes, and ever since, fans have offered him their love and support.
‘#Tbt before I committed to dreads, I first needed to test out how I looked and felt with braids.This pic was a few years ago during the “braids test” I loved it. And now you know the story of why I have dreads today lol#explore #explorepage #viralpost #viral #throwback #braids #locs,’ he captioned his post.
David Adefeso shared a post on his social media account that managed to shock his fans. This involves a human zoo.
‘This photograph shows white tourists interacting with an African child who was part of a zoo-like “Congo village” exhibition at the Expo ’58 world’s fair in Brussels, Belgium. Human zoos, also known as ethnological expositions, were public displays of people, usually in an erroneously labeled “natural” or “primitive” state. They were most prominent during the 19th and 20th centuries,’ David began his post.
Check out the rest of the message on his social media account.