'Criminal Minds' Alum Shemar Moore Shares Throwback Photo of Himself as Baby with Cute Curls
Shemar Moore takes fans down memory lane with a super cute photo of himself as a baby! The baby curls sure got our hearts melting!
Shemar Moore is no doubt a ladies' favorite, and a recent revelation proves he has been that way since day one!
Over the weekend, the "S.W.A.T." star melted the hearts of female fans with a lovely throwback to his childhood days.
The actor shared a cute photo of himself as a chubby child with luscious afro curls alongside a picture of his present-day self rocking a curly wig.
The caption of the post read:
"SORRY...... I haven't posted in a while.... but.... laugh Got Dayumit... LAUGH!!!!! I'm WORKING and FIGHTING for things you are GONNA complain about... LATER!!!! But SMILE about... once I WIN THE FIGHT!!!! LAUGH!!!!"
In an instant, many of his female fans stormed his comments section with praises for baby Shemar.
@sfmworld noted the transformation from an adorable baby to a smoking hot man, writing:
"Aww, the adorable chubby baby. And then the sexy man."
"Great photos of now and back when lol."
"Lmao omg so cute still looking like ur baby self a little bit of M.J."
The post garnered over 120,000 likes in just one day of its upload.
The post was different from Shemar's host of hot photos which he usually shares on the gram.
Back in January, the former "Criminal Minds" star used his trademark phrase from his character on the series to woo his female followers.
Shemar shared a shirtless photo of himself as he gazed at the camera in an alluring manner with his thumb pulling on the band of his white bottoms.
The caption read:
"2019 Chill Mode selfie for my BABY GIRLS!!! Holiday eating got my abs a little shy. Give me a month in the gym... ab game will be back."
Aside from using the "Baby Girl" phrase to bond with his female fans, Shemar uses it for a good cause.
As revealed by PEOPLE, the actor has a clothing brand named after the trademark phrase, which is aimed at funding research to find a cure for multiple sclerosis.