The legacy continues ✊🏿⚡️
Congratulations are in order for singers K.Michelle and Montell Jordan as both of their sons have followed their steps in joining the National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc., also referred to as the Divine Nine, reports Blavity.
In a heartwarming post to social media Montell shared that his son Skyler recently joined Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity at the HBCU of ASU. Skyker is also signed as a D1 football player.
“It’s rare when you get to be a father, friend and now a brother. I love you, my son, my friend, my brother,” reads Montell’s captioned . “Grateful for the brothers who are part of you journey. Your sands and those that MADE your journey memorable.”
The proud dad shared a series of videos of his son’s big day including him doing the signature Kappa “shimmy” dance in celebration of his accomplishments. Montell also posted a carousel set of photos of Skyler flexing the Kappa Alpha Psi’s hand sign alongside a heartwarming video of them hugging and dancing.
Reports from Essence magazine read that Montell had previously attended Pepperdine University and also became a member of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity back in the late 80s.
K.Michelle’s son Chase Bowman has joined Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity at NCCU. An image of her alongside Chase smiling alongside his frat brothers celebrating has circulated throughout social media.
“Recording artist/reality TV star K. Michelle is one proud mother this morning after seeing her son Chase Bowman (seen to her right) cross Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. last night during the NPHC/Divine Nine New Member Presentation,” reads a post from the North Carolina Central University on Instagram.
The Memphis native had attended Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University previously. She also pledged a part of the Greek life sorority of Delta Sigma Theta.
“My son Chase is the center of my universe,” Michelle previously told Essence. “My fans and media don’t often see him in the spotlight with me, and that is because I work really hard to keep his childhood as normal and carefree as possible.”