Stevie Wonder's Youngest Daughter Nia Hugs Him as They Celebrate His 71st Birthday in a New Video
Legendary musician Stevie Wonder celebrated his 71st birthday on Thursday. His children made the day extra special by celebrating him on social media.
Iconic singer Stevie Wonder completed another trip around the sun and marked his 71st birthday on Thursday. The legend was not alone to celebrate his special day as he was surrounded by his children, friends, loved ones, and family.
The icon's son, Keita Morris, shared a video and pictures from the special day on his Instagram page. The footage showed Wonder walking outside his house with a friend.
Next, the celebrant was embraced by his youngest daughter, Nia, and some of his other children. The video camera showed some of the people present to celebrate with him.
One of the pictures Keita shared as part of his post was a portrait of his father, which he captioned "Steve's Backyard Birthday." He captioned his post:
"Happy birthday dad!"
Wonder was not the only person celebrating his birthday on Thursday. His son, Mandla Morris, also celebrated his16th birthday and his older brother Kailand wished him well.
Taking to his Instagram page, Kailand shared multiple snaps, including one showing him posing with his dad while holding an expensive bottle of champagne.
He revealed he wants to move to Ghana to protect his grandchildren from racial injustice and prejudice.
Another snap showed a portrait of Mandla. In his post's caption, he wished his dad and father a happy birthday and expressed his love for both of them.
Wonder's daughter, Sophia Morris, also wished him a happy birthday via her Instagram Story. She shared a video of him sitting at a table and laughing heartily.
Wonder is the patriarch of a big happy family. He is a father of nine adorable children shared with five different women. Nia, the youngest of those kids, was born in December 2014.
Wonder shares Nia with his longtime girlfriend Tomeeka Robyn, with whom he tied the knot in July 2017. Robyn is mom to two of Wonder's nine children.
While so much is known about his kids, Wonder keeps the lives of his grandkids private. In February, he revealed he wants to move to Ghana to protect his grandchildren from racial injustice and prejudice.
Wonder further explained that he does not want to see his future generations beg to be liked or valued because it is not a good way of living.