Tamron Hall Turns To The Sweet Side Of Life After Major Controversy With A Photo Where She And Baby Moses Are Rocking Rompers
Tamron Hall had a very complicated week, and she has now decided to turn that chapter to focus on the sweet side of life.
The TV host recently took to social media where she delighted her followers with a photo of her baby boy, Moses, who is growing up very fast.
Both mom and son wore cute rompers with Moses showing love to Paris, France.
Tamron had this caption: "Raise your hand if you tagged a #blackbusiness in celebration of #blackoutday. We tag @hausofswag for our cool rompers and @lomarfarms for the delicious honey (Moses can't keep his eyes off it) and beautiful beeswax candles. #smallbusiness #blackouttuesday"
One fan had this to say: "Lovely, beautiful photo. 👌❤️ And Moses grew up so much. He is not a baby anymore. He is a grown-up little boy now!"
Another person revealed: "Wow he's growing nicely and quickly😊❣️🙏He is so Joyful, and so Cute😏💖 I'mI'm tagging. We need to see him and his daddy too sometimes."
This backer replied: "Look at that curly top sweetie💕💕💕Too adorable. I love your t-shirt. I can't take it. He'sHe's too cute! ❤️❤️❤️Little Moses; these every bet of it, these are the precious things you will never forget. Simply adorable little Moses.😘❤️❤️👏🏾👏🏾"
This follower explained: "Lovely, beautiful photo. 👌❤️ And Moses grew up so much. He is not a baby anymore. He is a grown-up little boy now!"
Recently, Tamron landed in the headlines after she was accused of firing over 20 staff members.
She addressed the matter in a video where she explained: "That story that I did not pay 20 people and fired them and left them hanging is a lie. We didn't fire 20 people. In fact, our season was supposed to wrap June 5. I fought to have the extension of the season to June 25."
She continued with: "My creative team was paid through the pandemic and through the extension because I wanted to keep pushing and keep putting out stories that matter to you. To cry together to laugh together to talk all of those things, that's what I wanted to do, and my new executive producer, Candi Carter, fought to help me get there."
Tamron was able to handle the controversy with a lot of grace and focusing on the future.