June 28, 2020
Niecy Nash took the time to commemorate Father's Day as she penned a sweet tribute to her dad on social media. Fans were in awe of their striking resemblance!
Star comedienne Niecy Nash celebrated Father's Day in style as she took to Instagram to show off her dad to the delight of fans. Nash accompanied her sweet post with a heartfelt tribute to the patriarch, as well as a photo of her and the senior citizen.
NIECY ON FATHER'S DAY
The Hollywood actress shared an enchanting father-daughter photo as she enjoyed a cherished moment with her dad. The two were photographed lounging in a pool as Niecy looked as gorgeous as ever in a black one-piece swimsuit. She accessorized with a pair of sunshades and jumbo hoops. Her dad looked radiant in a t-shirt and black shorts. Her appealing caption read:
"He says: 'Pray. Keep the faith. And always drink tequila straight!' followed by 'It doesn't matter how you feel, just do what's right'…"
While Nash and her beloved dad shared million-dollar smiles, the patriarch showed the peace sign. The "Reno 911" star went on to complete her post by declaring "unconditional love" with a hashtag and a classic Father's Day greeting. Fans were ecstatic as they engaged the post and cheered Niecy's dad.
FANS AGREED ON THEIR RESEMBLANCE
While many well-wishers shared admirable words and greetings for Niecy's dad, others couldn't help but agree that she was the spitting image of her father. Someone exclaimed: "Looking just like yo daddy!"
Following her brother's passing, Nash's mom founded a non-profit.
A second fan mentioned that they were "twins" while another thought:" It's the eyes for me. Y'all look a lot alike." one fan shared:" You are a chip off the old block." An Instagrammer complimented Niecy's dad while chipping in: "I always thought you looked like your mom, but you also look like your dad.
NASH ON HER MOM'S STORY
While she was growing up among many struggles, the award-winning actress experienced gun-violence meted out on her loved ones. When she was 15, her mom was shot by a boyfriend, but she survived.
However, a similar occurrence happened some years later, and her brother was murdered in high school. Comedy became her succor, and she also used it to cheer up her mother.
Following her brother's passing, Nash's mom founded a non-profit called Mothers Against Violence in schools (MAVIS). Niecy is presently a spokesperson for the organization. While she blocked off harrowing memories with comedy, the world also recognized her talent.