New York rapper Juelz Santana‘s wife Kimbella is making sure he’s eating very good. The hip-hop star went online this week to share some gushy moments with his queen after getting out of prison and reveal how she’s throwing down in the kitchen.
Kimbella Cooks Up A Feast
Heading into Friday, Juelz returned to his Instagram page with some ample Kimmy appreciation. The hip-hop star shared a look at his wife’s work of art in the kitchen and also celebrated their marriage goals together.
“Dinner has been served #FreeAtLast 😋🙏🏾💯✔️” -Juelz Santana’s Instagram
“Anything for you baby 😘😘” -Kimbella
“My Queen… I Wouldn’t Have it no other Way… #Blessed #FreeAtLast 🙏🏾💯✔️” -Juelz Santana’s Instagram
“My KING!!! I wouldn’t have NOOO other way as well baby, I love you however you come! So happy you’re home 💜🙌🏾😘🙏🏾😇” -Kimbella
Heading into Thursday, Dipset’s Freekey Zekey went to his Instagram page with tons of Santana content. In addition to celebrating his freedom from prison, Zekey also revealed a must-see clip of Santana getting a haircut at home and surrounded by everyone from Dipset’s Jim Jones and Chrissy Lampkin to his wife Kimbella.
“We always Maken History #YUP #Freekeyzekey #730” -Freekey Zekey’s Instagram
“My n*gga is free @thejuelzsantana” -Freekey Zekey’s Instagram
“No Cap #SantanaFree” -Freekey Zekey’s Instagram
Wait, There’s More
Santana went to his Instagram page on Wednesday with breaking news. In addition to celebrating his freedom, Juelz shared moments reunited with his wife Kimbella and their kids.
“Free at last #ImBack #SantanaFree 🙏🏾💯✔️” -Juelz Santana’s Instagram
“I missed my family.. GOD is good!!! #FreeAtLast #ImBack 🙏🏾💯✔️” -Juelz Santana’s Instagram
Before You Go
Initial plans had Juelz coming out of prison in early 2021. However, the global coronavirus pandemic reportedly played a key role in getting Santana home sooner.
He was actually scheduled to be released in Feb. 2021. However, Kimbella and his legal team were fighting for the last few months for an earlier date for him due to the Coronavirus pandemic and prisoners’ wellbeing with the sickness continuing to run rampant behind bars. Thankfully, their mission was accomplished. (REVOLT TV)