Monday, 19 June 2017

Trey Songz Celebrates His Mother April Tucker's 50th Birthday In A Big Way

April Tucker Who Is Trey Songz Mom Is A Great Role Model




Well having great parents or a great parent is a huge blessing. Having one parent because of different circumstances in life can be as amazing as having two great parents.Blessings sometimes aren't typical or the way that life dictates it to be.Blessings are blessings you just have to count them and cherish them.Coming from a one parent home can be better than coming from a two parent home that lacks love.Love is always the key,if there is love all is well.That is all that matters and a parent can be anyone that takes up the role of raising a child who is related to them by blood or not.






Trey Songz grew up in a single parent home.He has an amazing mom and they have an incredible relationship that would make you want a son or daughter and have such an amazing bond like that one with him or her.
Trey Songz whose real names are Tremaine Neverson's mom April Tucker formerly April Gholson beat the odds as a teen mom.



Born and raised in Petersburg, Virginia, April Tucker gave birth to Trey at the age of 17.I watched a YouTube video where she was speaking to young women who find themselves in that same situation.She was using herself as an example to encourage young women to never give up in such a given situation.She spoke of how hard it was getting pregnant at that age.Trying to stay in school with all the finger pointing,whispering and people laughing at her.Which is rather so sad and mean.Because that is the last thing someone in such a situation needs.Someone in such a situation is having a tough enough time and the least you could do is just be kind to them.As time went by she had to stop going to school because of all that pressure.She was a good student with great grades and popular.She decided to have Trey against all odds.The doctor had advised her it was dangerous for her to have her baby because she had a medical condition which made it dangerous to have Trey.But she decided she was going to have her baby.While expecting Trey she used to babysit a little boy and she thought if she loved that little boy so much and he wasn't hers.How much more would she love her own child.She said when she first saw Trey ,she realised how unconditionally her mom loved her. Because that is how she felt about her little bundle of joy.

I truly admire young women who decide to keep their babies even if they are too young.Even older women who feel like they aren't ready for a baby but do the right thing.Because two wrongs would never make a right.And this is the only wrong that will eventually turn into a right with lots of love, never giving up, picking up the pieces and moving on.Because it is not the end of the world.And Trey's mom can attest to that.For the ones who decide to take the other route its not my place to judge cause it can't be easy.





Trey's mom did finish high school.She recalled Living on welfare and in Section 8 housing,she enrolled in Virginia State University and graduated six years later, earning a degree in sociology with a minor in administration of justice.She spoke of how her family supported her with her goals and in raising Trey.She made sure Trey didn't know that they were struggling.Trey's dad decided to not be in his life.
Serving as a juvenile probation officer in Baltimore and a resource specialist in several Maryland counties, April Tucker became interested in helping children. Following her then husband, who was a military man, to Junction City, Kansas, Trey's mom became a program manager for Big Brothers and Big Sisters there and helped children at risk.With her relocations to Baltimore and middle America, April Tucker decided that Trey would have a better childhood with her mother back in Virginia, where he started to pursue his musical career.





Up to date Trey's mom makes a point of doing charitable work together with Trey and his younger brother Forrest.April Tucker says she taught Trey you have to work for everything you get in life.And this shows in how Trey is in all he does.In return April says Trey taught her to cry happy tears through their charity foundation.Ms Tucker is the CEO of Angels With Hearts Foundation.Their website is angelswithheartfoundation.org.





Trey and his mother are very close, and she describes him as "a regular guy with a God-given voice and talent for writing." And it is evident that Trey was taught how to love well and he has so much love for his family,friends and funs too.Being raised around and by so many women he has a tattoo on his shoulder which i saw a crazy fun ask on Facebook, if that was a tattoo of a slice of pizza.It is actually initials of the first letter of all these women.Trey also has a tattoo on his chest that describes his atmost love for his mother,grandmother and brother. "To God I pray may April's showers rain on her Forrest". "And grow the strength that started with one Rose"reads the tattoo. Rose is his grandmother.




Most people got to know Trey's mom.When he took her to the year 2010 BET Awards.I recall watching that award show and was shocked to see how young and beautiful Trey's mom looks.April turned 50 years on June 9th but she looks like she in her twenties or thirties.She has very good genes one would mistake her for Trey's sister.Well Trey and his brother threw an amazing well deserved birthday party for their mom.The picture says it all. Trey also bought his mom a car for her birthday.This is so sweet not because of the value of that present but because of all the love and appreciation behind it.




April Tucker is a true representation of an amazing parent.With love, faith,prayer and hard work you can make it through the rain as a parent against the odds with love as a key ingredient.She made it so far and she started out as a teen mom with no room for giving up.And she had an amazing support system from her family especially her mom Rose.All i can say is "Mom's are everything and they are the best.There are some amazing dads out there and dads can be amazing too but mom's rule".