It’s graduation season and these celebrity kids have accomplished a lot. Check out some of your favorite celebrity parents and how they commemorated their kids’ graduations!
Bobby Brown and Alicia Etheredge’s Son
Bobby Brown and Alicia Etheredge’s son, Cassius Brown, graduated from middle school this past weekend. “Congratulations son,” Bobby Brown wrote to his son. “Blessings every day [as] we watch you grow into an amazing, intelligent, and kind human #yourock.”
Cassius also took to Instagram to celebrate his growth. “Guess it’s my time to shine,” the tween shared. “12-years-old,” Cassius said of his age.
Lela Rochon and Antoine Fuqua’s Daughter
Waiting To Exhale star Lela Rochon’s daughter, Asia Fuqua, with film director Antoine Fuqua is a high school graduate who is headed to college.
“Proud parents,” Lela shared on her Instagram page following Asia’s graduation from Harvard-Westlake school this past weekend. Asia’s Instagram description reads, “USC Thornton.” Could the youngster be headed to the University of Southern California (USC) in the fall?
Christina Milian and The Dream’s Daughter
Christina Milian and The Dream’s daughter is finished with elementary school. Christina gave congratulatory remarks to her daughter over the weekend.
“Say ‘Goodbye!’ to Elementary School,” Milian wrote online. “@VioletMadison is growing up,” the celebrity mom shared. “Middle School time,” Christina declared. “I definitely shed a tear when she got her grad certificate yesterday. V, you will always be my baby.”
The Game and Tiffney Cambridge’s Daughter
The Game and Tiffney Cambridge’s daughter, King Justice and Cali Dream, are moving up on the education sphere. King finished his studies in middle school and is now headed to high school. Cali Dream completed elementary school this past weekend.
“My, my, my,” Tiffney Cambridge wrote online. “My little ones have graduated,” the proud mom shared. “I feel happy, proud, and victorious. I celebrate this accomplishment with them. All the hard work I put in getting them to this point paid off and I am proud of them (and me),” Cambridge told her social media fans.
“All the long talks, car rides back and forth to school, leaving my job to bring hot lunches because they won’t eat cafeteria food … all the programs, recitals, homework, projects, speeches, dances … I’ve been to every single one. Never missed a beat. So today I celebrate US. Mommy loves you two exponentially. Words can’t even express the pride I feel. Congratulations Justice and Cali. You did it.”
Congratulations to all the 2021 graduates!