Charmaine Of 'Black Ink Crew: Chicago' Mourns Her Mother's Passing


Charmaine Walker, star of VH1’s hit reality TV series, “Black Ink Crew: Chicago,” is mourning the death of her mother, Glenda Walker, who passed away on Wednesday, October 23.

In a post on her Instagram page, Charmaine paid tribute to her beautiful mother writing:

Words can’t express how I feel 💔 I love you mommy and this is going to be hard to move on from. I assume it will get better over time. You were the most loving woman on this planet and I hope to treat people with the same kindness that you always did. My best friend, my mom.

You’re my everything and I’m honored to be your daughter. The hardest part will be going through life without you by my side. I still have so much to share with you.

I’m trying to stay positive but some moments are really hard. Thanks for being my number 1 fan since the day I was born. My diva mom I love you ❤️ 10/23/19

See Charmaine’s original post below.

Ryan Henry also took to social media to pay his respects to Mrs. Walker and to extend his condolences and support to Charmaine.

Please join me in sending love, prayers and condolences to Charmaine and her family during this very difficult time.


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