Lady takes last photo with father moments before his death at hospital

Lady takes last photo with father moments before his death at hospital

- An unnamed beautiful young lady has poured sadness on social media after sharing last moments with her father

- The lady posted a picture she indicated was taken with her dad just before he passed

- The look on her face indicates that she was so aggrieved by the sad development

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A young lady has shared a photo she took with her father not long before he passed away at the hospital. A post sighted by on reports that the incident happened just recently.

In the rather sad and touching photo, the lady was seen with her eyes swelled with tears whilst her father lay on her shoulder as she took their last shot.

It was almost as though the lady was sure the dad was about to leave her forever, for which reason she chose to capture their very last moment together.

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The young lady's name, as well as that of her father, have been undisclosed but the sad news has gotten both of them viral on social media.

Some say the sadness pouring from the lady's face shows how strongly she loved and still loves the deceased father.

It was obvious that the medical situation of her father was what made her so sad to the extent of developing tears in her eyes.

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In other sad news, Lincoln Theodore Monroe Andrew Perry was a famous Black actor who appeared in scores of films in the 1920s and 1930s but suddenly vanished from the scenes and never came up again.

A news report by Face2FaceAfrica indicates that the gentleman who was born in Key West, Fla., in 1892, had many great achievements for his exploits at the peak of his career.

Perry received a Stepin Fetchit star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1960, got a Special Image Award from the Hollywood chapter of the NAACP in 1976, and was inducted into the Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame in 1978.

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