Tamar Braxton's BF, David Adefeso Is Working To Help Millions Of Kids Avoid Student Loans
Tamar Braxton's BF, David Adefeso, is working hard these days in order to kelp students. Check out the exciting message that he shared on his social media account.
Fans were happy to see that David posted something, because for a while now, both he and his lady, Tamar have been quiet on social media, making their fans and followers anxious.
'Had a terrific week with @emwill1102 and @ojione strategizing on the ways @sootchyapp will help millions of kids avoid student loans💯🙏🏽💪🏽. When I graduated from Harvard Business School I had student loans equal in size to a mid-sized mortgage in the average American city😢🤣!' David began his post.
He continued and detailed that '46 million Americans are in that same predicament today😫. And 150 million more children over the next 18 years will have their life’s choices limited due to the overwhelming burden of student loans😫😢. We look forward to working with the hardworking and diligent state treasurers at nast.org❤️ and the terrific and dedicated team at @collegesavingsfoundation ❤️to help these 190 million kids and adults avoid or eliminate student debt🙏🏽🙏🏽. Stay tuned🔥🔥#fintech #csf529 #collegesavings #highered @paulcurleybc.'
One follower asked David where has he been by now: 'Where ya been? You guys have MIA for a while now. Happy to see my favorite couple.'
Someone else is in love with the idea that David shared on social media: 'So love this idea. Many of us are still saddled with student loan debt.'
One other commenter posted the following, gushing over David's initiative: 'Thanks for using your platform for a good cause💯🙌'
In other news, it's been revealed that Tamar just landed an important TV gig.
A report that surfaced via celebrity website, The Jasmine Brand , claimed that Tamar would have her very own beauty series on VH1.
In a recent interview, she said: 'I have a VH1 show coming up that got picked up for 20 episodes. I’m really excited about it. It’s kinda like a musical sort of. But it’s really, really good and entertaining. I’ve always been into acting. I started off with Tyler Perry; a lot of people don’t know that. I did Madea Goes to Jail. We had a great time. Ever since then, I’ve had the acting bug. Then the reality show came, and the music bug definitely never goes away.'
What do you think about David's and Tamar's projects?