Share a video showing the late hip hop star – real name Adolph Robert Thornton Jr. – was exercising with their daughter, Jaye lamented with the caption: “The question is… Am I going to tell my kids how is daddy? never coming home?” “#prayforme”
In another post, she declared her love for her partner, writing: “God give me strength… Adolph, I love you with all my heart and soul.”
In a follow-up message, Jaye, CEO of lifestyle brand MOM.EO, thanked the wise for their supportive messages following news of the 36-year-old star’s death.
“Thank you everyone for the prayers, love, support, calls, texts… I may not see them all but when my eyes don’t tear, I catch a few. ..”, Jaye wrote.
“However, all the real positive vibes, energy and prayers are welcome…because God knows I need them.”
Since his death, many photos and videos showing Young Dolph as a devoted family man have gone viral online, including a video of him styling Aria’s hair.
The clip was originally posted by Jaye in August on her Instagram account, along with the caption: “Why would black men want to age?”
“Because it was their Right to be Born! When God created each individual, He gave them a mission to fulfill, and when these men were taken out of this world too soon, so does the Quest. that… Purpose… Assignment can be undone,” Jaye’s post continued. “The mission may be to raise children. Put all your mind, energy, and energy into them so that they can fulfill their purpose as a Human, and that child deserves it too. grow old!”
“This shooting is yet another example of the senseless gun violence we are experiencing locally and nationally. Our hearts go out to the Thornton family and all those affected by it. this horrible act of violence,” Memphis Police Chief Cerelyn “CJ” Davis said Wednesday.
CNN’s Aya Elamroussi and Chris Boyette contributed to this report.