Sade Adu's Transgender Son Izaak Pays Touching Tribute to His 'Love' with Sweet Photos
Singer Sade Adu's transgender son, Izaak Adu, recently shared some sweet posts where he showed off his girlfriend, Taylor Dean.
While the world continues to isolate, Sade Adu's transgender son, Izaak Adu, is showing off his beautiful girlfriend, Taylor Dean.
"The world is crazy right now but I'm grateful to be going through this time with you, my love. Thank you for everything you do."
The pictures showed the lovebirds at an event that required them looking dapper in matching black outfits. Back in March, Izaak posted a selfie of himself and Taylor with a caption that he used to refer to her as his "queen."
It didn't take his followers any time before they began liking the post and commenting on how adorable he and his girlfriend looked.
[Sade Adu's] website made it known that music was never her first choice as a career as she studied fashion at St Martin's School Of Art in London.
It would be recalled that in a 2016 report, Essence stated that before he came out as a transgender man, Izaak had openly identified as a lesbian.
He has also become known for his close relationship with his mother as Daily Mail reported that he shared a post where he appreciated her for her support after his gender reassignment surgery.
Izaak has often used the opportunity that social media provides to address many issues, especially the ones that relate to his family.
According to W Magazine, he reacted to the rumors of his mother dating rapper Drake through his Instagram feed. In addition to that, Izaak, who was born Mickailia Adu, puts up selfies and the occasional snap of what many have assumed are his pets.
As regards his famous mother, her website made it known that music was never her first choice as a career as she studied fashion at St Martin's School Of Art in London.
The 61-year-old singer-songwriter and actress only took up singing after two old school friends who were in a fledgling group asked her to help them out with the vocals.
During the experience, she found that even though singing made her nervous, she did enjoy writing the songs.
That moment led her to enjoy several decades as a prominent musician who not performed the original soundtrack "Flower of the Universe" for "A Wrinkle in Time," but also landed a role in the blockbuster.