It is one of the advantages of being a fiercely fruitful pop star.
Before the great festival Christmas, Lizzo astounded her mother, Shari Johnson-Jefferson, and gave her a novel car for Christmas on Sunday.
‘Got my mommy latest, Audi, for Xmas,’ the singer-musician, 32, shared on Instagram in conjunction with a video of the passionate gift-giving minute that saw her mother shed bounty of tears of bliss over her daughter’s liberality.
ABOUT THE VIDEO:
Happy Christmas: Lizzo, 32, astounded her mother, Shari Johnson-Jefferson, on Sunday and gave her novel car for Christmas
The video starts with Johnson-Jefferson being driven exterior of her house with her eyes closed as a few family individuals apparently looked on in anticipation.
‘Okay, happy Christmas mommy — open your eyes,’ Lizzo(born Melissa Viviane Jefferson) said from behind the camera with energy fair as her mother is guided to turn to her left.
With her hands apprehensively clenched together, her mother opened her eyes and started crying at the location of her modern dark Audi that came total with a ruddy bow on the beat of the front hood.
The video starts with Johnson-Jefferson being driven exterior of her domestic with her eyes closed as a few family individuals apparently looked on in expectation.
With her hands anxiously clenched together, her mother opened her eyes and started crying at the location of her modern dark Audi that came total with a ruddy bow.
‘Oh God, thank you so much,’ she said as she at the same time went in to deliver her girl a huge hug.’Oh My God.’
‘I got you an Audi girl,’ the Truth Harms rapper clarified as family individuals clapped and cheered within the background. ‘That’s an Audi; can’t you see the circles [symbol] on it — come on!’
HER CONFESSION ABOUT HER FATHER:
With the upbeat tears still flowing, Johnson-Jefferson strolled towards the car for a closer see and confessed: ‘You never anticipate this to happen to yourself,’ which evoked an enthusiastic, ‘ahhhhh,’ from Lizzo.
‘I keep in mind crying in my car when my daddy passed, no work no cash no place to live, wishing I may one day give for my family,’ Lizzo included within the caption.