TAMRON HALL’S SON IS TOO ‘DOGGONE CUTE’

"Who's The Boss?"

Tamron Hall is teaching her son, Moses, to be a caring individual who loves animals. The television host recently shared a candid of her little one walking the family dog in Central Park.

“Who’s the boss,” Tamron asked her social media fans. “Moses or Mayluv,” the celebrity mom further questioned. “Maybe both,” Hall mused.

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In many ways, Moses is like his mom when it comes to a love for animals as well as people. Tamron Hall has been shedding a bright light on domestic violence and its effects since the coronavirus pandemic led to shutdowns in the United States earlier this year.

Tamron recently spoke with Yahoo! exclusively about her sister’s death in 2004, which was the result of domestic violence. “You know, I suffered with the weight of a lot of guilt,” Hall revealed. “I was aware,” the celebrity mom continued.

“I witnessed an incident involving my sister and someone, and I didn’t know how to handle it,” Hall explained. “I didn’t know what to say after her death. I think my entire family, we hunkered down and embraced each other but did not know how to share her story.”

Now, more than 10 years after the tragic incident, Tamron has found a way to tell her sister’s story. “The best of who I am as a human being and also as a journalist and a person who hosts a talk show is learning the value of just that,” the celebrity mom shared with Yahoo!.

“When we launched our show, I said we wanted to be a traditional daytime talk show,” Tamron continued. “Of course, we’ll laugh together but we also have to cry together and we also have to find inspiration and find ways to activate our heart, and this particular project activated my heart. You know, you want to jump up and say, ‘How can I change this? How can I help?’ And that’s what I pour into the talk show but also I hope that I’m pouring into my personal journey.”

Check your local listings to see when The Tamron Hall Show airs in your area!

Photo: Tamron Hall/Instagram

Sarie

Sarie

Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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