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Keyshia Cole Braids Boyfriend Niko Khale's Hair While Passing Time Amid COVID-19 Quarantine

Monica Otayza
Mar 19, 2020
07:00 A.M.
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Keyshia Cole passes time amid the COVID-19 quarantine by braiding her boyfriend Niko Khale's hair, sharing the results with her fans on Instagram. 


People from around the world are finding ways to keep themselves busy amid the Coronavirus pandemic after multiple cities have suggested self-quarantine as a means to limit contagion.  For Keyshia Cole and Niko Khale, braiding one another's hair is an activity that they decided to do. 

Cole and Khale share a son together, Tobias Khale.



On Instagram, Keyshia shared the results of her boredom with the rest of her fans, showing her boyfriend wearing braids as they quarantined themselves at home. Although it's not just two of them at home, they make sure to spend some quality time doing random activities to keep themselves busy. 

Niko Khale on Keyshia's Instagram Story | Source:


Aside from doing various activities at home, Cole and Khale share a son together, Tobias Khale. Now that they're all at home, the proud parents are taking care of their little one alongside the singer's older son, Daniel Hiram Gibson Jr. 

A screenshot of Keyshia Cole's Instagram story | Source: Instagram/KeyshiaCole



Another singer who's been vocal about self-quarantining is Lady Gaga, who revealed that the kindest thing a person can do right now is to stay at home. 

"It's not the easiest thing for everyone right now, but the kindest/healthiest thing we can do is self-quarantine and not hang out with people over 65 and in large groups."



While just like the rest of the world, she wants to see her parents and grandmother, Gaga knows it's a lot safer for everyone not to do so, and so she decided to stay in self-quarantine with her dogs. She encouraged the rest of the world to remain strong, ensuring that everyone will get through it together. 

We at AmoMama do our best to give you the most updated news regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but the situation is constantly changing. We encourage readers to refer to the online updates from CDC, WHO, or Local Health Departments to stay updated. Take care!