DC Young Fly delivered heartfelt words to the mother of his children and love of his life, “Ms. Jacky Oh,” who died after receiving a “Mommy Makeover” plastic surgery procedure in Miami.

Jacky, whose real name was Jacklyn Smith, and DC were both personalities on Nick Cannon’s “Wild N Out” show, where they met and fell in love.

The couple shared three children; Nova, 6, Nala, 2, and 11-month-old Prince.

An emotional homegoing ceremony was held Saturday at Jackson Memorial Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, where DC bravely addressed the congregation during the eulogy.

DC, whose real name is John Whitfield, acknowledged that Jacky, 32, was a “super great mother” and said that he and their supporters will “continue that love” as they move forward with life.

“Jack, you know I love you girl, but we here baby, we here. It feels like a dream, and if Joseph didn’t complain, I won’t either.”

He then thanked the people who sent him heartfelt wishes after suffering the loss, also urging the congregation to read the book of Genesis in the Bible and “understand the life of Joseph,” who overcame many obstacles.

“It didn’t matter where Joseph laid his feet, God made him in charge,” DC said.


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He also seemed to remind people that, as he moves forward in the grief process, there will be some lighter days that will not need explaining or judgment.

“I don’t have the energy or strength to deal with none of you,” DC said. “When you see me, when a smile is on my face and I’m kicking it and I am happy, the Higher Power granted me the strength to continue to keep going.”

He thanked God for giving him and Jacky three beautiful children, and joked that he wanted to have at least seven more.


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He turned serious again, stressing to people the importance of staying strong through adversity.

“Do not complain. You may have a valid reason to lose your mind but that don’t mean it’s right,” DC said. “I got a valid reason to go buck wild but that is not going to get me and my children and my family nowhere.”

He spoke of the courage his young children have been displaying, and how it gives him strength.

“If they can do it, I can do it. And if Joseph can do it, we can do it. Keep God first.”

We send our deepest condolences to the entire family and extra prayers to our Heavenly Father to keep them covered in His love.

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