Keyshia Ka'oir Rocks a Louis Vuitton Outfit While Cradling Her Son in a Tracksuit
Jamaican model and businesswoman Keyshia Ka'oir radiated glamour and luxury in a Louis Vuitton ensemble as she held her baby son, Ice, in a recent photo.
Keyshia Ka'oir is the epitome of class and confidence. On Instagram, the stunning model shared a photo of her classy look alongside her newborn son, Ice Davis, who looked equally stylish.
Ka'oir appeared in the photo wearing a blue Louis Vuitton outfit, matching eyeshadow, and a necklace with a large pendant. She held her adorable son close to her chest.
Ka'oir has always had an eye for fashion, and she began dressing Ice in cute outfits because of this gift. Looking like a future heartthrob, the boy wore a gray tracksuit with red and blue stripes.
The glamorous model paired her son's outfit with white sneakers, a dark blue cap, and a silver necklace with a diamond-encrusted "1017" pendant. The proud mother wrote:
"Baby Ice & his mama. 😍 @icedavis1017."
The mother-son duo's picture generated 545,919 heart reactions and more than five thousand comments from fans who left positive and warm remarks about Ka'oir and her charming son.
Ice, who was born in December 2020, is Ka'oir's first son with her husband, rapper Gucci Mane, whose real name is Radric Davis. The boy is the latest addition to the couple's blended family.
The acclaimed rapper has a son, Keithon, with ex-partner Sheena Davis, while Ka'oir has three children from a previous relationship.
Since Ice was born, Ka'oir and Gucci Mane have spoiled him with gifts. The couple, who exchanged vows in a lavish $1.7 million ceremony in 2017, also often receive expensive items from their celebrity friends, including music superstar Beyoncé.
The "Love on Top" hitmaker went all out with her present by gifting Ka'oir's son with a fork and spoon set worth $250 from luxury jewelry brand Tiffany & Co.
Ka'oir and Gucci have been living an extra opulent lifestyle together. Ka'oir said in a previous interview that she started her beauty and wellness business before meeting her husband.
She credits her hard work for her success. Given her financial wealth, the entrepreneur has never been called a trophy wife or branded a woman marrying a rapper for money.