Fans Send Support to Erykah Badu as She Says Her Last Goodbye to Her Grandma at Graveyard
Fans and followers of Erykah Badu were there to support her as the singer said her final goodbye to her grandmother who recently passed away.
Erykah Badu surely has the best fans. Over the weekend, the famous singer said her last goodbye to her grandma and her fans and loved ones were sure to show her some love and support.
In an Instagram video recently shared by Badu, she was seen at her grandmother's graveyard as she said her final goodbyes, with two men standing right behind her.
Holding an umbrella above her head, Badu reached out to touch the flowers placed on her grandmother's graveyard. In her caption which was a quote by Pastor Freddy Haynes, she wrote:
"...When u see me put my signal on that mean I'm gone, take the next exit...."
Shortly after sharing the post, fans and followers took to the comments section to send their best wishes to Badu. One user sent out love to the singer and her family while admitting that saying goodbye to a loved one is truly difficult.
Another follower noted that the caption moved her to tears and wished Badu's grandma a safe transition to the afterlife. A third user sent out hugs to the singer, while many others also left similar comments.
In February, Badu showed off her amazing family when she shared a clip that featured the living four generations of women in her family.
Badu's recent post came only days after she penned an emotional tribute in honor of her late grandmother. Sharing some pictures of the older woman, the singer wrote about how amazing she was. She concluded by adding:
"YOU ARE EVERYWHERE NOW. I feel you always. I am you. We Thank you. TRAVEL SAFE MAMA."
Born on February 26, 1971, Badu is a Grammy Award-winning artist best known for her soulful music. In addition to her career, the singer is also a proud mother to three children, Steven, Puma, and Mars.
In February, Badu showed off her amazing family when she shared a clip that featured the living four generations of women in her family. The video featured the singer, her daughter Puma, her mother, and her now late grandmother.