Jamie Foxx's Daughter Corinne Shares a Throwback Photo as She Grieves Death of Her Aunt DeOndra
Jamie Foxx's daughter and fellow star, Corrine Foxx had a soulful post on social media as she took the time to honor the memories of her late aunt DeOndra who recently passed on.
Seasoned actor Jamie Foxx's grown daughter, Corrine did not hold back as she shared a tribute to her late aunt DeOndra. On her Instagram story, Corrine, 26, shared a black-and-white image of her late aunt and her dad, Jamie sharing a precious sibling moment.
In the photo which looked like a headshot, Jamie and DeOndra were locked in a warm embrace as they posed for the camera. Corrine's late aunt completed the sweet photo with a big smile. She wrote on the image,"My Deondra. Our hearts are shattered."
These were the exact words of Jamie, 52 when he shared the news of his younger sister's passing on Instagram. DeOndra's death was also announced on the Global Down Syndrome website. The late star was a prominent figure and global ambassador for the organization.
Defying the odds against Down Syndrome, the 36-year-old lived a happy life, appeared in her brother's hit track video, "Blame It," and also made great exploits in the Global Down Syndrome Foundation.
DeOndra, who passed away on October 19, is the first person to bag the foundation's highest accolade. She is the recipient of the Quincy Jones Exceptional Advocacy Award.
In his post, Jamie poured out his heart in a lengthy tribute to his phenomenal sister. The "Django Unchained" star attached several photos of the beloved DeOndra and their cherished moments.
Making it known that his heart "shattered into a million pieces," the award-winning actor penned blessed memories of DeOndra and all she loved to do. Jamie wrote in his post:
"I know she is in heaven now dancing with her wings on. Tho my pain is unbelievable, I smile when I think of all of the great memories that she left me... my family... and her friends…"
Once speaking about DeOndra in a 2018 interview, the "Just Mercy" actor spoke beautifully about his inspirational sister as he noted that she helped give his life a perspective.
After DeOndra finished high school, she moved in with her older brother. Defying the odds against Down Syndrome, the 36-year-old lived a happy life, appeared in her brother's hit track video, "Blame It," and also made great exploits in the Global Down Syndrome Foundation.
It is safe to say that the "Miami Vice" actor is a force to reckon with in Hollywood, but he has proven time and time again to be a family man at heart. Over the quarantine lockdown, the dad-of-two experienced proud dad moments as he gushed over his daughters, Annalise and Corrine's achievements.
While the 11-year-old Annalise faced her piano lessons, Corrine became a part of history after winning a Creative Arts Emmy for being part of the "Good Times" reboot.