August 02, 2020
Al Green's daughter, Rubi, recently took to social media to show off her gorgeous curves in a leather outfit complemented with a decorated mask and leopard print pumps.
Al Green's daughter, Rubi, is gorgeous, and she knows it! The 38-year-old recently took to her Instagram page with a stunning photo that captured her dressed in a leather outfit.
In the photo, Rubi posed with her legs crossed and her arms raised in a "why" gesture. She had on an all-leather outfit that consisted of a button-down shirt and pants.
She topped the look off with leopard-print heels and a decorated black face mask. Rubi seemed to have attended a function, and in her caption, she thanked "Gospel on Demand radio" for premiering her video.
After expressing her gratitude to people who called in while she was on the channel, she expressed pride in her body. She wrote,
"Oh yea, and I got THHHHick."
In the comments section, her followers complimented her on how good she looked in the leather getup. Many referred to her with adjectives like "sexy" and "fine," while others expressed their admiration with flame and heart emojis.
Rubi is one of the three daughters Green shares with his former wife, Shirley Kyles. Green and Kyles were married in 1977, but the marriage only lasted a couple of years.
He left secular music and focused on making gospel tracks.
Apparently, Green often physically abused Kyles. According to the latter, she was the victim of her husband's beating and this reportedly went on for months. However, when the beating became too frequent and severe, they would separate.
She, however, always returned to him because she was afraid to face the unknown and had no desire to have another failed marriage.
Green denied her allegations at first. However, he admitted to striking her under oath. The pair finalized their divorce proceedings in 1983 and went their separate ways with the girls remaining in Kyles' custody.
Green is famous for being a successful soul musician who quit singing at the peak of his career in the 70s to become a reverend at a church he created.
After becoming a reverend, he left secular music and focused on making gospel tracks. A couple of years later, he started making both gospel and secular tracks.
Having found a balance between his religious vocation and his talent, Green became comfortable. He branched out into duets with the likes of Annie Lennox and Lyle Lovett, and he also made appearances on TV.
In recent years, the famous soul singer made Rolling Stone magazine's "100 Greatest Artists of All Time" list.
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