‘Whew She’s Growing Up’: Bow Wow Commemorates His Daughter Shai Moss’ Fifth Grade Graduation By Sharing a Heartfelt Post

Bow Wow and Joie Chavis’ daughter Shai Moss recently accomplished an educational milestone.

The 11-year-old, who captured fans’ hearts online with her viral dance videos and reenactments, graduated from elementary school. In an Instagram post shared on June 8, the “Let Me Hold You” rapper disclosed the exciting news while uploading a picture with the fifth-grade graduate.

?Whew She?s Growing Up?: Bow Wow Commemorates His Daughter Shai Moss' Fifth Grade Graduation By Sharing a Heartfelt Post
Bow Wow celebrates his daughter Shai Moss’ fifth-grade graduation by sharing a touching post to the 11-year-old. Photo:@shadmoss/Instagram

In addition to the upload, Bow Wow expressed in the caption that nothing would stop him from missing Moss’ special day, including the NBA finals. He wrote, “Congrats @_shaimoss my lovely daughter has graduated! On to the 6th Grade! I wasn’t going to miss this for nothing! THE NBA FINALS CAN WAIT.”

As fans viewed the post, many mentioned, while also sending well-wishes, that they were shocked with how quickly Moss is growing up.

“I can’t believe she’s just now going into middle school @shadmoss she’s full of talent, attitude, and beauty.”

“Shai is just so beautiful and growing up so fast! Congratulations baby girl!”

“6th grade?!?! Whew, she’s growing UP!”

“Wow time flies congratulations”

“Middle school already didn’t she just start walking yesterday (laughing emoji) these celebrity kids grow in 5-12 business days.”

Among the previous remarks, others praised Bow Wow for being a great father. One wrote, “One thing you can’t take away from is that he’s a great father.” Another said, “He gonna be there for Shai regardless, and I love that for them.” A third Instagram user stated, “@shadmoss is such a good father. I love it.”

Alongside the post, Bow Wow also took to his Instagram Story and shared other moments that occurred during Moss’ graduation. One particular instance involved Moss revealing the two things she’s proud she’s accomplished during her final year in elementary school.

She said, “The two things I’m proud of myself for this year is being a better person and turning into a mathematician.”

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