CeCe Winans Pays Tribute to Her Musician Mom Delores Winans on Mother's Day
CeCe Winans shared a sweet tribute to celebrate her mother, Delores Winans, on Mother's Day.
CeCe Winans reminded her followers of her mother when she shared a picture to mark Mother's Day.
Alongside an image of her mother wearing a black and leopard print outfit, the gospel singer wrote "Happy Mother's Day Mom! I Love You, Thank you for your constant loving example of what a women of God looks like in every situation."
BeBe and CeCe sang at Whitney's funeral, which held at New Hope Baptist Church in Newark back in 2012.
After giving the picture likes, her fans took to the post's comment section to drop kind words about CeCe's mother, who was a singer until her death.
Before her death, Delores had sat with Blac for an interview where she spoke about her music journey, marriage, and children.
Black noted that not only did she ensure she prayed with her children before school, she also made sure she provided them with fun during the late '50s and '60s.
At the same time, their father, David, worked as a custodian, barber, taxi driver, and car salesman. It appeared those days with Delores had a great on her children as some of them, including CeCe, have grown to become entertainment heavyweights.
CeCe has become so good that she and her son, Alvin Love III, got nominated for two Grammys back in 2018.
According to Tennessean, Alvin produced and co-wrote the album, "Let Them Fall in Love," that earned the duo two nominations, including one for Best Gospel Album.
Even CeCe's brother, cannot be left out of the success story of Doleres as the former also towed the path of his mother. During his journey, the "Lost Without You" crooner met and became friends with many celebrities, including the late Whitney Houston.
In fact, the pair's relationship was so good that BeBe and CeCe sang at Whitney's funeral, which held at New Hope Baptist Church in Newark back in 2012.
As regards the accolades CeCe has received as a result of her music, her website noted that she was crowned the Contemporary Female Vocalist of the Year in 2011.
The year before, CeCe clinched the Dove Award for "Urban Recorded Song of the Year" for "Close to You."