Tia Mowry Calls Daughter Cairo's Hilarious Expression a Mood during Quarantine
Tia Mowry shared a photo of her daughter, Cairo showing off a hilarious facial expression in a very relatable post about the actress's mood amid quarantine.
While under quarantine, Tia Mowry is trying to keep up with her virtual life while enjoying the freedom of not needing to dress up or put on any make-up. In her caption, she joked about her predicament saying:
"#cairo is mood when someone #FaceTimes me during #quarantine! #2020 Can a sista get a heads up! 🤪."
Her perspective provided a very relatable moment with her fans, who also found themselves unprepared when they have to answer a Face Time call. One fan agreed with comical take.
The post has already received over 100 000 likes on Instagram in less than a day. Many fans have commented on how adorable one-year-old Cairo looked in the post.
"Yours and Gabrielle Unions baby have been my mood all through this quarantine," admitted another fan.
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Tia said that Face Time had been a vital means of communication for her family.
She revealed that they have been able to give each real-time updates on the things they are doing under quarantine, like trying new recipes or projects around the house.
"Not being able to see my dad, my brothers and my sister has been pretty hard because we're all very close."
Tia recently faced backlash over a comment she made about being quarantined when she tweeted about friendship. She warned people to recognize who their real friends are by identifying the people that have been checking on them.
Her comment stirred up a huge debate. Many people considered it selfish to expect attention when everybody is dealing with the same challenges of the pandemic. A few fans sided with her and encouraged people to be supportive of each other during this difficult time.
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