Jennifer Hudson’s Ex-Fiancé David Otunga Shares Photos with Their Growing Son at a Chicago Bulls Basketball Game
Jennifer Hudson's ex-fiance, David Otunga Sr., had fans swooning over new photos of him and their son, David Otunga Jr., at a Chicago Bulls Basketball game.
Jennifer Hudson's ex-fiance, David Otunga is living up to his title as a doting father to their 10-year-old.
Last week, the father-son duo was at the Chicago Bulls basketball game, fully kitted and ready to jump in on the action.
The proud father took to his Instagram to share a photo of his son in a Chicago Bulls jersey with the number '10' printed on the back.
He also uploaded a picture of himself and his son both wearing jerseys at the game which he captioned, "We suited up in case the #ChicagoBulls needed us."
According to Country Living, the 10-year-old was born to Jennifer and David in 2009, and he's already taking after his mom musically.
After a custody battle of almost two years, Jennifer and her ex-fiance, David finally reached an agreement. Details of this agreement remain private following a gag order signed by both parties in 2007.
The mother-of-one explained that, just like herself, her baby boy had shown an interest in music since he was little.
In a YouTube broadcast of her interview with Associated Press, the actress said that David Jr. loved music and that she couldn't wait to see who he takes after.
Jennifer also told Parents Magazine that the feeling of being a mother, to her, is the best in the world.
"Instead, he pulls the microphone out to sing to his father, and then he tries to knock me over the head, take me out,and then count up to three by holding me down."
The same can be said for David Otunga Sr., as he once described to US Weekly how his 11-year-old takes after him. He said, "He's been into [exercising] since he was a kid, just trying to take after me."
The pro wrestler also added that David Jr. is a huge fan of his movies, stating that youngster anticipated seeing him [David Sr.] in Tyler Perry's "Haves and Have Nots."
Details of this agreement remain private following a gag order signed by both parties in 2007, deterring them from speaking about the case publicly.
Nevertheless, it seems the celebrity duo has this co-parenting thing on lock as E Online also noted that Jennifer did allow the boy to spend Thanksgiving with his father in 2017.