We already know that Angela Bassett is a star,but so are her kids!
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Its surrogate, not seargant
Incredibly cute twins! Awwwww!
there is no word for the cuteness of those two little ones….adorable comes closest….just cute
just was told that those are not her biological kids she had a sergeant mother but they are still cute.
If you don’t know how to spell or pronounce a word, just leave it alone because you sound stupid.
Haha! Did she mean “surrogate”?
@Shundra- LMAO u funny as h3ll!
Just because someone uses a surrogate doesn’t mean the children aren’t theirs biologically. I’m not going in on you. I just thought you should know.
Awww their so little and tiny. CUTENESS
Is Angela Bassett smiling,laughing, or crying? Reminds me of the Tina Turner movie.
OHH..They are so adorable. They look like little old folks. TOO CUTE.
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