Any loving child usually strives for the same goal after reaching a certain level of success: To be able to buy their momma a house one day. Remy feels blessed to finally be able to do so.
In this highlight from Remy & Papoose: A Merry Mackie Holiday, Papoose shares everything he learned from visiting the Hayti Heritage Center with his family. One thing Kwanzaa taught him was about unity and, although she’s not one for surprises, Remy is intrigued by the dancers performing at her party. The beat has everyone moving; Fat Joe even busts out a calm milly rock and it looks like the mission of unity was achieved. Papoose won with that one. That was amazing to Remy and she’s ready to make Kwanzaa turn up a new tradition.
Remy admits she may not always show her appreciation toward her loved ones who have held her down. This Christmas, she pays tribute to one special person. Her mother was her rock while she was incarcerated and Remy feels that she has dropped the ball on going for Daughter of the Year. Every time Remy visits she never stays with her mother Amanda because her house is too small. In a surprise of her own, she gifts her mother with the keys to her new home. Growing up, Remy’s mother sacrificed everything to be there for Remy’s son. This is just a small token of her gratitude.
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