Check Out Solange Knowles' Handsome Son Julez as He Poses for Snaps in a White Tank Top
Solange Knowles' son Daniel Julez J. Smith Jr. is growing up to be a fine young man. The 15-year-old showed off his toned physique wearing a tank top in a bunch of Instagram photos.
Daniel Julez J. Smith Jr. is making waves on social media with a constant stream of posts ever since he set his private Instagram account to public. He has amassed over 40 thousand followers as of this writing and the numbers are going up by the day.
The only son of Solange Knowles is growing more handsome with age and fans love to see his posts. Recently, he treated them with a bunch of brand new photos of himself wearing a white tank top and showing off his small braids.
DANIEL IS A LOOKER
Looking at the cool snapshots, it is not hard to tell that Julez has inherited his mother's good looks. The 15-year-old paired his tank top with a pair of black leather cargo pants and blue sneakers.
Julez accessorized the look with a golden chain around his neck and a bracelet. His fans took to the comment section to shower him with compliments. Some of them even opined that he looks like his grandmother, Tina Knowles.
Solange and her ex-husband, Daniel Smith Jr., welcomed their son on October 18, 2004. The singer once revealed that the year her son was born was the toughest year of her life.
And just like her mother always had her back, Solange is there for her son and always supports him.
THE TOUGHEST YEAR OF SOLANGE'S LIFE
In 2004, the "Losing You" singer went through the pain of losing her childhood friend, Marsai Song, who was killed in a drive-by shooting. Solange was merely 17 years old at the time.
The birth of her son and the death of her friend put Solange on an emotional rollercoaster. She struggled to come into terms with Song's tragic death and being a first-time mother to her child.
In a letter to her teenage self that she shared with Teen Vogue, Solange shared how going through such hard times makes one grow up too fast and how it is scary to realize that one never knows what the future holds. She further wrote:
"Some people will count you out because of the decision you’ve made to bring another life into the world so young, but you made the decision out of love and will live with the decision in love."
SOLANGE LOOKED UP TO HER MOM
Her mother Tina had been her support system as she grew up. She looked up to her and admired how she handled being a mother and running a business that she built from the ground up.
To her daughter, Tina was someone who made the impossible look effortless, breaking down the stereotypes of Black women. And just like her mother always had her back, Solange is there for her son and always supports him.