Darius McCrary of 'Family Matters' Has Amazing Voice like His Singer Aunt Chaka Khan
Darius McCrary of "Family Matters" is a multi-talented man, taking after his aunt Chaka Khan when it comes to singing skills.
While Darius McCrary decided to enter the entertainment industry through acting, ultimately rising to fame thanks to his role on "Familly Matters," he's actually quite a good singer, too. He's related to the legendary Chaka Khan, and now people can hear his own musical talent.
Back in 2018, it came as a shock to many when Darius McCrary posted a tribute to Chaka Khan, whom he called his auntie. The actor added that he would celebrate Khan every chance he gets, and how grateful he is to have her in his life.
DARIUS' GREAT VOICE
Despite being the nephew of a well-loved music great, Darius faced some criticism in the past couple of years when it came to his parenting. The "Family Matters" star allegedly asked the Los Angeles County court to lower the child support payments he had to pay to his estranged wife, Tammy Brawner.
ISSUES REGARDING HIS CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS
Ultimately, it was reported that his monthly payments were reduced to $29 a month, based on his alleged income of $462. On top of the amount, he is to pay for 50% of his daughter's health and medical expenses.
They've settled their differences through the years and have focused their attention on raising their daughter to the best of their abilities.
FOCUSING ON RAISING THEIR CHILD
While this made headlines, it seems Darius McCrary and his estranged wife are actually in very good terms. The two were spotted with their daughter Zoey amid quarantine in California, proving that all is well between them.
"Time for families and community to work together as one now more than ever b4 #shoutout to LA's finest..."
Based on the new picture, they've settled their differences through the years and have focused their attention on raising their daughter to the best of their abilities.
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