Fans Want Kimberly Elise Canceled After Latest Instagram Post, But She’s Been Very Vocal About Her Faith For Years

The recent decision of the highest court has sent shockwaves through the nation, sparking concerns about women possibly having to carry pregnancies to term against their wishes or if it poses a risk to themselves or their unborn child, particularly in a time when there’s a shortage of baby formula.

While this issue has elicited various opinions, actress Kimberly Elise has expressed her support for the decision and celebrated it on social media.

Kimberly Elise is known for her iconic roles in movies like “Set It Off,” “Diary of a Mad Black Woman,” “John Q,” “The Great Debaters,” and “The Manchurian Candidate.” Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, she was married to Maurice Oldham for several years before they split in 2005. Tragically, Oldham passed away shortly after their separation. In 2019, Kimberly Elise publicly announced her commitment to her faith, stating that she had turned her life over to Jesus and had no intention of looking back, which may have influenced her recent viral post.

On her Instagram post, Kimberly shared an image of a sleeping baby with text from Psalm 139:13-14, which reads, “For you formed my inward parts; you knitted me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you.” In the caption, Elise proclaimed that “millions of babies will be saved,” followed by “Hallelujah! #allglorybetoGod.” Notably, she disabled comments on the post, preventing responses from viewers.

Initially, many fans were perplexed and suspected that the actress’s Instagram account might have been hacked. However, a review of Kimberly Elise’s Instagram account reveals that, apart from a few selfies, she regularly shares religious memes and quotes. Elise is a devout Christian who was baptized at the age of 16. In 2021, she celebrated her birthday by undergoing baptism once again, rededicating her life to Christ. The actress also hosts a podcast titled “Grace, Truth, and Love – with Kimberly Elise,” designed for Christian women, offering encouragement and edification with a Jesus Christ-centered and Biblical worldview.

Kimberly shares two daughters with her late husband, Maurice Oldham, namely Butterfly Rose Oldham and AjaBleu Oldham, who have pursued their own educational and professional paths.

With her Instagram comments disabled, fans turned to Twitter to express their reactions to Kimberly’s post. Some criticized her for her role in “For Colored Girls,” a film that featured a significant subplot about illegal abortions. Others made light of her film characters, often portraying abused women, which led to various comments and reactions on the platform.