Keke Wyatt has recently moved her followers with a heartwarming video on social media. In the clip, she can be seen singing a lullaby to her sick son, Ke’Zyah, who was recently admitted to the hospital with pneumonia in his left lungs.


The video shows Keke looking at her son as she sings the well-known tune, “You Are My Sunshine”, with the lyrics modified to fit the moment, “Please don’t take my sunshine away”. The raw emotion in her voice and the love she displays for her child is palpable, and it is no surprise that the video has gone viral, with many people commenting on how touched they were by the moment.

“Keke you got me crying early in the morning. God will protect your baby he always take care of his children praying for your strength through this difficult time this too shall pass,” one person commented under the post.

Ke’Zyah  was born last June with the genetic disorder Trisomy 13, a condition that is usually fatal within the first year of life. However, Keke and her husband Zackariah Darring defied the doctor’s recommendation to terminate the pregnancy, choosing to exercise their faith instead.

In a statement shared on social media, Keke encouraged other parents in a similar situation to seek guidance from above before making any final decision. “We appreciate and thank God for all of the doctors in the medical field. However, I can’t stress enough to all mothers and couples, when the doctor gives you life-changing information about your unborn child … pray about it, use faith, and follow your spirit before making ANY final decision,” Keke shared shortly after her son’s birth.

Adding, “We believed the report of the Lord, and after holding our beautiful healthy baby boy Ke’Zyah and looking into his eyes, I’m glad we did.”

Despite Ke’Zyah’s health struggles, Keke and her husband continue to hold on to their faith and pray for their son’s healing.

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