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Khafi celebrates Mum on her birthday

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Former Big Brother Naija Housemate, Khafi Kareem, has celebrated her mother on her birthday as she shared a video of her mum kissing her late brother.

The Reality Tv star shared the message on her Instagram page on her official Instagram page today, June 22 with a video of her late brother Alexander, reluctantly leaning in to kiss their mother who then smiles at him.

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Celebrating her mom, Khafi prayed for her and stated that although her son may not be here physically, he’s there in spirit.

Khafi celebrates Mum on her birthday
Photo of Khafi and her mum

She wrote:

“Happy Birthday Mummy. I know today isn’t happy as it should be, as in an ideal world, all four of your children should be here celebrating with you today. Two weeks ago none of us would have thought this wouldn’t be the case…

“We thank God for your life and we thank God you had the honour of being such an amazing mother to Alex, doing everything you could to give us everything you could.

“Alex isn’t physically here, I know he is with us in spirit and joining us as we say Happy Birthday. I also bet that he is still pretending to not want a kiss, then leaning in for one anyway…,”

Recall that on the 17th of May, Khafi announced the death of her younger brother, Alexander Kareem who was shot as he was walking back home from the shops on June 5 in London, United Kingdom.

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Written by Adebiyi Quwam

Adebiyi Quwam is an engineering undergraduate at the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria. Adebiyi Quwam is a writer at bbn.ng;
Writing is something I enjoy doing alongside my Engineering programs for the day!. You can reach Quwam Email: [email protected]

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