Keyshia Cole melts hearts with sweet pic of growing look-alike son amid Daniel Gibson divorce drama
Keyshia Cole might be experiencing some divorce drama with her estranged husband Daniel Gibson, but this hasn't stopped her from posting photos on social media. She recently shared an adorable throwback photo of her together with her 8-year-old son, which had people gushing the both of them.
Just in time for another "Throwback Thursday", Cole posted a photo of her son Daniel Gibson Jr. sitting outside their home as they both posed for the camera. The mother-and-son duo donned matching "Icon" outfits, while little Daniel held his hands up in prayer position. Meanwhile, Keyshia chose to focus her gaze on the camera as she sat on a wooden bench.
The sweet photo of the Cole and her son comes after reports have hinted that her divorce with former NBA player Daniel Gibson may be dismissed.
After putting their divorce proceedings on hold, Keyshia Cole and Daniel Gibson might remain married if they don't move on with their divorce. A court warning was recently issued to the ex-couple, saying that their divorce case may be dismissed due to inactivity.
THE GIBSON SPLIT
In September 2017, Cole filed for divorce after three years of separation from her husband. She married Gibson in 2011, and the two share a son named Daniel Gibson Jr. However, after three years of marriage, they finally called it quits citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for their split. As for how they'll be raising their son, Cole requested for joint legal and physical custody of their son.
According to records obtained by The Blast, their case has been idle since October 2017, which has prompted the court to send a notice of inactivity which might lead to its dismissal. The last update to their case was Gibson's response to Cole's filing for divorce.
However, it turns out that the case hasn't moved as Keyshia has been asking her ex-husband to edit his response. In a comment on The Shade Room's post, she wrote:
“His lawyer needs to change positioning in legal documents. I am not giving him full custody nor no damn spousal support! And I’ve asked him over and over to do so the [ball] is in his court. No pun intended.”
As for how everything will turn out, everyone will just have to wait and see whether or not Gibson would file another document in court to answer Keyshia's requests.