Jennifer Hudson's Ex David Otunga Shares Photos with Their Son at the 2020 NBA All-Star Game
David Otunga shares new pictures and videos of his son at the 2020 NBA All-Star Game, where Hudson was also in attendance.
Jennifer Hudson's ex David Otunga always takes his son to sporting events, and the most recent one is the NBA All-Star Game featuring Team LeBron and Team Giannis.
The father-and-son duo donned red All-Star jerseys, supporting Team Giannis in the process, while Team LeBron sported the color blue.
Jennifer Hudson was also in attendance at the game as she sang a special tribute for Kobe and Gianna Bryant.
THE OTUNGA MEN'S VIP TREATMENT AT THE ALL-STAR GAME
In the series of pictures and videos shared by David, it shows them enjoying great seats at the arena, and even backstage access to the players as their son, David Jr., smiled alongside other kids in front of Giannis.
This isn't the first time the Otunga men have attended a basketball game, in fact, they watch NBA games often as a way to spend time together.
JENNIFER HUDSON WAS ALSO IN ATTENDANCE
However, the All-Star game was quite different for them, as Jennifer Hudson was also in attendance at the game as she sang a special tribute for Kobe and Gianna Bryant. The father-and-daughter duo tragically passed away due to a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California.
While David opted not to share about Hudson's part in the game, the singer shared a picture of herself in action while singing in front of a picture montage of the late Kobe and Gianna Bryant.
THE COURT BATTLE FOR CHILD SUPPORT AND CUSTODY
In 2019, Jennifer Hudson and David Otunga reached an agreement in the Cook County Court in Chicago to end their battle over child support and custody.
Although the details of the case were not disclosed, it was, later on, discovered that David Otunga got primary custody of their child due to Hudson's busy schedule. However, she gets visiting rights to their son whenever possible.
Hudson and Otunga got engaged in 2008 and welcomed their son David Daniel Otunga Jr. a year after. In 2017, they called it quits and their court battle began soon after.