Sharing a video showing the late hip-hop star-his real name is Adolf Robert Thornton Jr-exercising with their daughter, Jay sighed in the caption: “The question is… how do I Tell my child that dad will never go home? “#prayforme”
In another article, she expressed her love for her partner, writing: “God gives me strength… Adolf, I love you with all my heart.”
In the subsequent news, Jaye, the CEO of lifestyle brand MOM.EO, thanked the blessers for the supporting information provided after the news of the death of the 36-year-old celebrity.
“Thank you for your prayers, love, support, phone calls, messages…I may not see all of these, but when my eyes are not full of tears, I will see some…” Jay wrote.
“Nevertheless, welcome all the truly positive atmosphere, energy and prayers…because God knows I need them.”
Since his death, many photos and videos show the young Dorf as a dedicated family man, including a video of him designing hair for Aria.
This video was originally posted by Jaye on her Instagram account in August, with a caption: “Why should black people grow old?”
“Because this is their inherent right! When God created everyone, he assigned them a task to complete. When these people left the world prematurely, that task… the purpose. ….. Assignment may be shelved,” Jay’s post continued. “The task may be to raise children, pour all their wisdom, strength, and power into them, so that they can realize themselves after they become men. Purpose, and that child deserves to grow old!”
“This shooting is another example of the senseless gun violence we experienced locally and across the country. Our hearts are with the Thornton family and all those affected by this terrible act of violence,” the Memphis police officer Commissioner Cereline “CJ” Davis said Wednesday.
CNN’s Aya Elamroussi and Chris Boyette contributed to this report.