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It is the aspiration of the young black beauty to become a lawyer like the United States former First Lady Michelle and former President Barack Obama.It’s no news that celebrities have one common challenge which is their ability to manage their time between their career and their family.It was obvious that Common’s anticipation for his new phase of life led to several changes in his life as seen in the above-named album where he addressed family ethics several times as well as a quote from 1 Corinthians , which summarizes the path to manhood.After the birth of his child, he returned to finish the album, albeit with a newer sense of responsibility, which he relates to his transformation from being a bachelor to a father.2.A lot has happened in Common’s life but according to him, one of the most significant was the birth of his daughter Omoye Assata Lynn.1.Omoye Assata Lynn was born sometime in 1997 by a young woman called Kim Jones who happened to be Common’s girlfriend at the time.He grew up in in the Calumet Heights neighbourhood, Chicago and started rapping in his teens.
Do you know that Common dedicated his second single rap “, to his daughter Omoye Assata Lynn?
Omoye means “blessed baby” because that’s what she was to us.
Assata was for Assata Shakur because our daughter was destined to become a fighter, even a revolutionary.”Shakur is a well-respected woman among black Americans who though she has been mentioned as a most wanted criminal, has taken several approaches (as an activist and an underground militant) in the fight for the freedom of the black people whose rights have been infringed on.
The popular rapper named his daughter after an African-American activist and member of the former Black Panther Party (BPP), Assata Shakur, probably just to show his respect for the woman who played an important role in Black Liberation in the United States.
Speaking of his decision with his baby mama to give their daughter the name she bears, Common wrote in his book “Someday It’ll All Make Sense,” that “we named her Omoye Assata Lynn.