David Adefeso shared a picture on his social media account and managed to spark a massive backlash from his fans. Take a look at the photo below.
‘Phew! It’s so good to be out and about again without a mask. #lifeisgood “, was the title of his post.
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Someone said, ‘Where are you ????? We continue to wear masks. Don’t be too sure. People are still dying and falling ill from Covid, “and one commenter said,” But we are still very much in a pandemic … “
A follower posted this: “Please be careful, it’s not sure yet! Unless you tell us something we don’t know, “and a follower said,” Not recommended, but I think we can say you play at your own risk! It’s one thing you can still get on even if you’re fit from head to toe .. however, you are pretty healthy.
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Another commenter said, “Interesting, this is where you look like Michael Blackson with Locs,” and one follower said, “People who have been vaccinated are still getting Covid. You should wear a mask. The NY Giants left Kansas City after playing with Covid.
One commenter posted this: “If you don’t wear a mask, what city is that @ david.adefeso.”
David Adefeso shared a throwback photo on his social media account. He flaunted his braids in the picture and the fans just couldn’t get enough of him.
People send him love through the comments and many fans encourage him. As you know, he broke up with Tamar Braxton after some pretty disturbing episodes, and since then fans have offered their love and support to him.
“#Tbt before I decided on dreads, I first had to test how I look and feel with pigtails. And now you know the story of why I have dreads today lol # explore #explorepage #viralpost #viral #throwback #braids #locs ”, he headed his post.
David Adefesoshared a post on his social media account that shocked his fans. It is a human zoo.
“This photo shows white tourists interacting with an African child who was part of a zoo-like exhibition called ‘Congo Village’ at the World Exposition Expo ’58 in Brussels, Belgium. Human zoos, also known as ethnological exhibitions, were public presentations by people who were usually mistakenly referred to as a “natural” or “primitive” state. They were best known in the 19th and 20th centuries, ”David began his position.
Check out the rest of the message on his social media account.