Kenya Moore Talks About Her Grandmother's Alzheimer's In An Emotional Post
Kenya Moore is talking about her late grandma in this emotional post that she shared on her social media account. Check it out below.
'I lost my Grandmother to Alzheimer’s a few years ago right after I got married. She was my best friend the love of my life and the only source of unconditional love I have ever received. I want to thank Dancing with the Stars @dancingabc for the beautiful tribute to my grandmother. I am in tears watching it back because I knew I couldn’t watch before my dance for fear of getting too emotional. Thank you @brandonarmstrong for protecting my heart and keeping me distracted during the playback.
My grandmother Doris Was and is my inspiration and lives inside of me. I named my daughter @thebrooklyndaly after her so her legacy can live on. We are truly blessed to have had this amazing woman in our lives to raise me from three days old.
I love you Ma! That one was for you!' Kenya captioned her post.
Someone said: 'This made me tear up. May she continue to Rest In Perfect Peace. She did am amazing job raising you Kenya. We are all so proud of you and all you’ve accomplished and continue to accomplish.'
A follower posted this: '"Thats my baby, and I raised her" that was strong, she loved you Kenya , I see why you are so strong,' and a fan said: 'kenya you showed us that you are the definition of perseverance and resilience. please keep pressing forward and working hard. you do your part and team twirl will do our part. keep advertising and reminding people to vote because some do forget. wishing you all the best and you will twirl right to the end.'
One other commenter said: ' Such a beautiful story. This touched my soul. I’m proud of Kenya. I love how she continue to elevate. I max out my votes for Kenya every week, that’s my contribution to show my support and Admiration. #teamtwirl #Detroit #proud.'
Someone else posted this: 'It is well Queen, Grandma is definitely proud of all your achievements. She’s watching over you and Brooklyn and will always be with you two.'