Whoopi Goldberg's Granddaughter Posts a Throwback Pic Showing Her Back Tattoo in a Pink Bikini
Whoopi Goldberg’s granddaughter, Jerzey Dean, flaunted her fit physique and back tattoo while wearing a neon pink two-piece.
Whoopi Goldberg has been in the entertainment industry for decades, gaining recognition and winning several awards. Her immense fame has also spotlighted her family, including her daughter, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
Recently, one of the award-winning actress’ granddaughter, Jerzey Dean, posted a throwback photo on Instagram, showing her slim figure and upper right back tattoo.
Jerzey posed with both hands holding her hair up while rocking a neon pink bikini from Fashion Nova. “#Throwback to 2018 at Disney,” she captioned the post alongside a sun emoji.
The youngster is one of Goldberg’s three grandchildren, joining her siblings Amarah Dean and Mason Dean whose mother is the actress’ only daughter, Alexandrea Martin.
The “The View” co-host maintains a close relationship with her three grandkids and revealed that they have a special nickname for her -- granny, which was also what Martin called her grandmother.
In 2016, the Grammy Award-winning star was given clothing from the Gypsy Sport Fall collection which her grandkids absolutely loved.
Unlike most grandmothers, Goldberg does not cook for her grandchildren. “I don’t cook, and everyone knows it,” she shared. However, her daughter can whip up delicious dishes in the kitchen.
“For her kids, I’m just a grandmother. They look to me for adventure. So I bring the bad stuff in,” she added. Goldberg also brings joy to her grandkids by allowing them to use some of her clothing.
In 2016, the Grammy Award-winning star was given clothing from the Gypsy Sport Fall collection which her grandkids absolutely loved. She shared:
“They sent me something to put on -- they sent me a couple of tops, and my grandkids stole them from me, so I knew that I was on to something.”
Goldberg launched her career with the successful Steven Spielberg film, “The Color Purple” which earned her an Academy Award nomination and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress.
In 1980, she won an Oscar Award, a Saturn Award, and a Golden Globe for her role in the film, “Ghost.” Her career flourished in the next decades, starring in other films including the “Sister Act” movies.