Keshia Knight Pulliam from 'House of Payne' Opens up about Motherhood in New Interview
Keshia Knight Pulliam opens up about motherhood in a new interview, revealing "it's a love like you've never experienced."
Keshia Knight Pulliam from "House of Payne" is about to star in yet another project, this time the stage play of "Set It Off" produced by Je'Caryous Entertainment.
Keshia happily raises a three-year-old daughter named Ella on her own.
To promote her role, she joined "Dish Nation" to talk about her role and how she relates to it as a mother. After all, Keshia has always made it clear that her daughter Ella is the best thing to ever happen to her, and during the interview, she spoke about it once more.
"As you know, when you become a mom, it's a love like you've never experienced in your life. The best way I can describe it is like you're growing a whole other heart outside of your body that you didn't know was possible."
ON DOING EVERYTHING FOR HER CHILD
"Set It Off" is a classic film from 1996, that shows the realities of urban life in Los Angeles. It revolves around a group of four friends who decide to get into a life of crime that leaves three of the four women dead.
Just like the women in the movie, Keshia Knight Pulliam would do everything for her daughter. Keshia happily raises a three-year-old daughter named Ella on her own.
"There is nothing you will not do for your child. I will wear orange for my baby. You don't want these problems. Don't do it."
KESHIA KNIGHT PULLIAM'S PERSONAL LIFE
By wearing orange, Pulliam meant that she would do absolutely anything for her child, even if it meant landing her in jail. While that's not something she's worried about now, it's something she wouldn't hesitate in doing.
For now, Keshia's been instilling in her daughter Ella that she is beautiful in her own right. In their home, every day of the month celebrates the beauty of being black.
Keshia shares Ella Grace Hartwell with her ex-husband and retired NFL player Ed Hartwell. They got married on January 1, 2016, only to get a divorce six months later.