Angela Simmons, 31, has spoken out about the tragic death of her former fiance, and father of her child, after he was killed at the weekend.
The reality star took to social media to post a heartbreaking tribute to Sutton Tennyson, 37, on Sunday.
Just a day earlier, Tennyson was fatally shot his parking garage in Atlanta.
Tragic: Angela Simmons took to social media to post a heartbreaking tribute to her ex-fiance, Sutton Tennyson, on Sunday after he was fatally shot the day before
In an Instagram post, the Growing Up Hip Hop star expressed gratitude to her ex for the child they share together, a two-year-old boy named after his slain father.
‘Thank you for leaving behind my greatest gift,’ Simmons wrote.
‘I’m hurting. I’m numb,’ she added.
The daughter of Rev Run also wrote in the caption that she was grateful to fans ‘for the out pouring of love.’
‘Thank you for leaving behind my greatest gift:’ The 31-year-old reality star expressed gratitude for her son in the tribute
Shocking: Sutton was shot multiple times in a parking garage after an argument with at least two people, according to police
The shoe designer included a collection of photos of happier times with her ex and their family in her Instagram post.
‘I cant believe I’m even saying Rest In Peace Sutton,’ Angela wrote. ‘I promise to hold SJ down in every way I promise.’
Tennyson was shot multiple times at around 4:30pm on Saturday, according to local reports.
‘Atlanta Police say the shooting happened as a result of an argument between at least two people,’ reports CBS Atlanta.
Happier times: The couple looked very much in love here in a photo from a party in 2016, the same year they welcomed their son
However, TMZ reports that the fatality appeared to be ‘the result of a home invasion robbery.’
Simmons and Tennyson welcomed their first son together in 2016 but called off their engagement the following year.
And, in December, the mother of one posted a cryptic social media message about being a single mom.
‘All of those who are single mothers that are hurting that want to give up .. Don’t! Also don’t stay somewhere that you aren’t valued,’ she wrote in the post.
‘All of those who are single mothers that are hurting that want to give up .. Don’t:’ Shortly before New Year’s Eve last year, Simmons penned a cryptic message about being a single mom