August 10, 2020
Angela Robinson looks stunning in an off-shoulder white dress and waist-length hair and she also has an inspirational message for her followers. Check it out now.
The star of Tyler Perry's "The Haves and the Have Nots," Angela Robinson has shared a photo of herself on her Instagram and she looks terrific.
In the post, Robinson is wearing an off-shoulder white dress with beautiful waist-long hair and accompanies the beautiful picture with an inspirational message.
Robinson, who has had an extensive career that includes "The Color Purple" on Broadway, used her platform to talk about unfulfilled dreams.
She wrote that in today's world, there is so much to be fearful of, including your unfulfilled dreams, telling her followers:
"Don’t allow doubt to penetrate the bond between you and your dreams. Embrace them the same way you would any first love. Hold them in your arms tight. Now lift your hands and surrender them."
She added that you should keep working and grinding while trusting that your dreams are safe, ending the message with some encouragement.
Recently, Robinson was honored during Tyler Perry's studio opening in Atlanta. She received a star alongside Oprah, Denzel Washington, and Will Smith.
Robinson, who plays Veronica on "THATHN," has shared that she loves playing powerful divas.
One dream that the actress has always had is to have a child and in 2018, it finally came true after years of fertility issues.
Robinson, who is married to Scott Whitehurst, opened up about the struggle, sharing that while they supported each other, there were times when she broke down. She said:
"I'm a crier and my husband is more the 'I gotta be strong' type. There was a moment when I was like, 'Do you not care? Do you not want a baby?'"
The couple eventually decided to adopt a boy in 2018 after meeting a friend who had recently adopted their own child.
Earlier this year, it was announced that Robinson was going to be the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) featured speaker for spring 2020.
The actress is a FAMU alumnus, having graduated in 1987 with a bachelor's in Sociology. Robinson had some wise words for the current graduates, telling them that being conventional would not allow new ideas in the current climate.