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Sep202011

STUNTIN' LIKE HIS DADDY: Thomas Dexter Jakes Jr. 

Most sons carry some resemblance to their father, but Thomas Dexter Jakes Jr., who goes by Dexter, looks JUST like his daddy, world renowned Bishop, T.D. Jakes.  Earlier today, young Dexter tweeted a photo of himself and got a little feedback from dear old dad.

"That's my boy!!" tweeted Bishop Jakes. "Almost as much swag as the ole man! LOL"

Dexter responded, "My dad think he cool lol"

But the twitter conversation wasn't only about swag and young jakes "stuntin' like his daddy." Dexter also shared that he's turning his attention toward college. "Can't wait to go to Chicago. First week of October I'll be checking Columbia out!" he tweeted.

Columbia is a great school! EEW BUZZ editors wish him the best.

It's always nice to see wholesome, close-knit families interacting with each other, isn't it?

 

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