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‘Good Trouble’ star Cierra Ramirez shares emotional message on Father ‘s Day

'Good Trouble' star Cierra Ramirez shares emotional message on Father 's Day

‘Good Trouble’ star Cierra Ramirez shared an emotional message on IG on Father ‘s Day, remembering her dad who died last year.

Ramirez posted on her profile a tribute to her late dad, who passed just over a year ago.

'Good Trouble' star Cierra Ramirez shares emotional message on Father's Day

Ramirez captioned her post, “my daddy taught me everything except how to live without him😢🖤 happy father’s day to all the dads out there & sending love to those missing theirs today!”

She posted a video from her TikTok account. In the video, the sound is from a scene of Stranger Things season 4, where Millie Bobby Brown’s Eleven explains to her class why she chose her presumed-dead father Hopper as her hero.

The video begins with a clip of Ramirez crying while repeating the voiceover, “for my hero I chose my dad.” She then shared a series of photos with her father, Sonny, detailing his profound impact on her. 

You can watch the video Cierra Ramirez made for her father below

“This is my dad. His name was Sonny. He made the best arepas and he was my biggest fan,” Ramirez wrote alongside the photos. “I have to thank him for my love of music and films and my face.”

Ramirez continued, “My dad was my best friend, my biggest supporter and confidant. I wouldn’t be where I am today without him. He believed in me when I didn’t believe in myself. And I hope to make him proud everyday.”

The actress concluded the heartfelt video by writing, “Miss you everyday, daddy.” 

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Source: ET

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