Toni Braxton's Youngest Son Diezel Steps Out in a Convertible — Check Out His Growing Hair
Toni Braxton's youngest son flaunted his curly hair and growing beard as he posed in the driver's seat of a luxury car. The young model looked sophisticated sitting in the car with the top down.
According to People, Toni admitted that she felt dismissed by certain doctors whom she felt didn't take her seriously when she sought out an early diagnosis for his condition as a toddler.
Toni's focus on her son's health paid off when she revealed that at 13-years-old, he was off the autism spectrum. It is reported, Toni gushed over the benefits of early diagnosis and how her son had become a social butterfly.
In 2018, Diezel took a step into the spotlight when he made his modelling career official by signing a contract with the renowned modeling agency, Wilhelmina Models at only 15-years-old.
Recently, Diezel showed off his model looks when he posed in a luxury car with the top down. In his caption, he revealed his plans for the day and wrote, "off to the races."
The teenager was dressed in a white shirt and denim jacket as he flaunted his curly hair and growing beard while seated behind the wheel of a black convertible car.
Diezel's hairstyle was a hit with many of his followers on Instagram. One person said, "I wonder who did them curls...they mad dope."
The user followed up by commenting on his beard and teased, "not by the hair on my chinny chin chin." Another commenter shared their surprise to see Diezel behind the wheel of a car.
A fan commented on a photo of Diezel Braxton sitting behind the wheel of a luxury car | Source: Instagram.com/diezel.braxton
Diezel's post comes a month after Toni shared her fears aboutraising her sons
amid the protests against racial injustice. In a heartfelt post, she
"There's nothing I can do to protect them from the hate because of their beautiful black skin. No matter where they go in this world."
In her message, Toni revealed that Denim had just graduated from high school. The mother of two admitted that as her sons embarked on their independent journeys, she would always be a "black mom worried."