'Martin' Actress Tisha Campbell Enjoys a Family Trip in Canada with Her Sons Ezekiel and Xen
Famous actress Tisha Campbell recently pleased her fans with video footage that documented herself and her two boys, Ezekiel and Xen, bonding over a family trip to Canada.
Tisha Campbell enjoys family time with her two boys, and she has been keeping her fans updated via social media. The talented actress recently shared a video clip featuring herself and her two boys, Ezekiel and Xen with the caption:
"Oh Canada! With my boys."
Tisha Campbell during the Fox segment of the 2020 Winter TCA Press Tour at The Langham Huntington, Pasadena on January 07, 2020 in Pasadena, California. | Source: Getty Images
The short video clip which came with the caption featured Campbell braving a long metal bridge with her boys. Her youngest walked in front while her oldest trailed closely behind.
The proud mother walked directly behind the pair moving forward occasionally to tilt the camera so her youngest could be seen. Her oldest, Xen, was dressed in a black T-shirt which he wore under a fancy Spiderman-themed jacket.
Martin had no right to have joint custody because he never played any part in the children's life.
The attire was coupled with dark, fitted cargo pants and red sneakers. His brother Ezekiel wore a dark overall underneath a warm-looking coat. Both boys observed social distancing regulations by keeping their masks on.
In the comment section, fans shared their opinions about the trio crossing a contraption like that. One fan praised them for their braveness while admitting that the bridge looks "frightening."
Another wanted to know where it was located. Apparently, he had been looking for a getaway for his family. Campbell shares both of her boys with her former husband, Duane Martin.
The couple was married for more than two decades then she filed for divorce. They launched into a custody battle, and in 2019, they both agreed on joint custody.
Later the same year, Campbell filed a new declaration in the case, stating that Martin had no right to have joint custody because he never played any part in the children's life "unless when it was for show."
In 2020, her first boy Xen became independent— which is no mean feat given that he lives with autism. That didn't stop him from becoming college-bound, working two jobs to earn money to avoid relying on his parents.
He reportedly hopes to become an animal conservationist and is even holding down a position on the Dean's list. It was the actress's dream come true— she had always wanted him to be as independent of her as possible. No doubt Xen will do great things.