Nia Long Covers Essence August 2012 with sons Massai & Kez

Actress Nia Long pose on the August 2012 cover of Essence magazine with her handsome sons Massai (with her first husband Massai Z. Dorsey) and Kez Sunday (with her current boyfriend NBA player Ime Udoka).  Essence gave the new mom her own cover with newborn 7-month old son Kez. Rumor has it that there will a sequel to The Best Man! The proud mother of two shared with Essence how comfortable she has become in her own skin. Cuteness galore!

Nia Long is unquestionably one of the most beautiful woman in Hollywood. The actress and Mommy is gracing the August issue of Essence Magazine and she looks gorgeous!

She revealed to Essence “I’m in my forties, post baby and I’m thinner than I’ve been in years. The last step will be letting my hair go natural. That’s when you’ll know I’m free…”

Nia recently spoke about her personal rebirth after her second son was born, claiming that “I am the happiest that I’ve been probably in my life.” “Baby Kez Sunday has given me a bit of a rebirth and it’s really nice because I’m able to look at life through his eyes. You have to pay attention to the smallest thing from the birds chirping to the dog barking across the street. These are the things that make the world go around today. When you look at life in its simplest form, stress and worry isn’t the cornerstones of your life. Experiencing life through that lens is refreshing.”

Check out these cute kodak moments of Nia and Ime hanging out with Massai and Kez…

Favorite Nia Long moments in no particular order…


Cultural Offspring celebrates the children of Africans within the Diaspora.

image credits  – Essence Magazine &


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Cultural Toast is a blogazine run by Chioma, a Nigerian Metropolitan-based fashion writer. This blogazine celebrates with a cultural toast to a post-1960 Nigeria with its focus on entertainment and fashion news. African fashion, style and trends will be readily available on

Posted on July 2, 2012, in African Actress, Cultural Newsstand, Cultural Offspring, Ime Udoka, Nigeria. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.


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