DIANA ROSS’ GRANDSON RAIF-HENOK STEALS THE SHOW AT THE 2019 GRAMMY AWARDS

"I'm Almost 4-Foot-9"

Diana Ross received quite the introduction from her 9-year-old grandson, Raif-Henok, at the 2019 Grammy Awards. The youngster stole the show as he introduced his legendary “grandmommy” who blew the crowd away.

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Alicia Keys, the 2019 Grammy Awards host, introduced Raif-Henok as a “distinguished little guy.” The youngster entered the stage and immediately focused on Keys referencing him as a little man. “Did she say ‘little guy,'” Raif-Henok asked. “I’m almost 4-foot-9,” the youngster mused.

Raif-Henok went on to thank Alicia Keys for the kind words that she said about Diana Ross. “She has shown the world that nothing is beyond our reach,” Raif-Henok said of his grandmother before introducing her to the crowd. Diana Ross, of course, amazed the masses with her grace and beautiful voice.

Fans may get to see a bit of the behind-the-scenes action as a Diana Ross film is reportedly in the words. Mirror reports exclusively,

“The film, Diana Ross: Her Life, Love, and Legacy, covers her 1983 Central Park concert, considered one of the most important events in music and entertainment history, which was hit halfway through by a storm of epic proportions.

Undeterred by the weather Ross’ heroically battled on until the concert was finally brought to a standstill. Vowing to come back for her fans the Dream Girl remained true to her promise, returning the next day to finish the concert in her legendary style.”

Diana Ross has been on the music scene for more than 40 years. She began her life as a recording artist with The Supremes. Raif-Henok is Diana Ross’ grandson by way of the legendary singer’s daughter, Rhonda Ross Kendrick, and son-in-law, Rodney Kendrick.

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