The actor from the Walking Dead Khary Payton proudly presented his son Karter at his fans on Instagram, explaining that her child is ” born female but has always identified as a boy “.
On Monday, Payton – who played the king Ezekiel in the issuance of long-term AMC – has declared to fans: ‘This my kid. One of the happiest people and the most suitable I have ever known. My son, Karter. Karter with a K because it reminded him of my name. He has chosen, ‘
Adding: “You see, he was born female but has always identified as a boy. He thought it would be cool if I preach on social networks. ‘
Dad proud: The actor from the Walking Dead Khary Payton proudly presented her trans son Karter at his fans on Monday via Instagram (photo above)
Payton, 48 years old, wrote the caption next to a photo of his son, who appeared to be skateboarding, so he was wearing a helmet, elbow pads and guards-wrist.
In the legend, Payton said he told his son Karter that there were “a lot of the bumps that would be severe” in addition to “a lot of fans” if he made the revelation, to which his son replied: “Yeah, I know about trolls, daddy. I can handle trolls.
“Dude, there is nothing more beautiful than watching your child experience the joy of exploring what it means to be true to himself,” added Payton.
Brave: the actor has revealed how he had warned his son that there might be a mixed reaction online from the trolls
Family Man: Khary, seen above in September of last year, shared the news on Monday with the fans
“This is his trip, and I am there for that. I hope that you all have the opportunity to experience the unquenchable love that I feel in this moment.
In march of last year, it was revealed that the woman, Payton, Stacy Reed Payton, had filed for divorce from the actor after nine years of marriage.
They have two children together, the son of 11 years old Karter and the 8-year old daughter Maya.
The message of Payton came the same day that the supreme Court of the United States has announced a major victory to the community, LGBTQ +, with a historic decision in the matter of civil rights that should protect gay and trans people from discrimination in the workplace.
Family: Khary seen with his ex-wife, Stacy Reed Payton, and their two children in march of last year