Yandy Smith & Mendeecees of 'Love & Hip Hop: NY' Click Rare Family Photo with All Their Kids
Mendeecees Harris recently shared a rare photo of his family on Instagram: “This is what’s called abounding happiness.”
Yandy Smith and Mendeecees Harris are among the lucky parents who are able to spend time with their children amid the coronavirus pandemic.
RARE FAMILY PHOTO
The “Love and Hip Hop: New York” stars recently smiled for a family picture with their big bunch, which Harris posted on social media, following his four-year-long time behind bars.
“This is what’s called abounding happiness,” he captioned the photo, which included Skylar, Omare, Aasim, Mendeecees Jr., Infinity Gilyard, and Harris’ nephew.
Harris was put behind bars in 2015 for drug trafficking and had to spend eight to ten years in prison.
Skylar and Omare are the couple’s biological children, while Aasim and Mendeecees Jr. are Harris’ kids from his previous relationship.
On the other hand, Smith fostered Infinity last year and went through legal issues, which included taking the teen home as a form of kidnapping.
A HAPPY FAMILY
“It was set up perfectly because I learned how to be a mom before I had my own. Because I learned how to love Lil’ Mendeecees first before I have my children.”
The celebrity’s kids often appear on her social media, including Infinity, whom she met as part of a mentorship program.
BACK FROM BARS
Harris was put behind bars in 2015 for drug trafficking and had to spend eight to ten years in prison. However, he was released after four years after completing a drug rehabilitation program.
The reality star took to social media a video of her husband throwing a pair of Timberland boots and sweatpants in the trash, both of which we wore to enter jail. “Never going back,” she captioned the post.
The couple then walked back to their car with intertwined arms and happily back together after four long years apart.
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