Lil Baby throws incredible birthday party for George Floyd's seven-year-old daughter Gianna in honor of her dad

LIL Baby threw an amazing suprise birthday bash for George Floyd's daughter Gianna as she turned seven.

The 26-year-old rapper held the party in his native Atlanta at a house that was festooned with balloons and other colorful decorations.

In what was definitely a child's dream party, a buffet of sweets was laid out on the tables following a tragic year for Gianna and her family.  

Lil Baby — whose real name is Dominique Jones — also had a special room set up for manicures and hairstyles.

The Errybody rapper was seen posing with the birthday girl and her mother Roxie Washington.

He captioned his Instagram Stories: "RIP George Floyd from The Bigger Picture."

Meanwhile, a post from Gianna's Instagram read: "L.o.l Surprise Birthday Party … Thank you so much @lilbaby_1 for coming and help me celebrate my 7th Birthday."


Also at the party were retired NBA stars Shaquille O’Neal and Stephen Jackson, who also shared a shot of Gianna relaxing with a pedicure.

Jackson, who is an activist and has vowed to take care of Floyd's family following his death, said: "Georgie look at these smiles.

"We got u bro."

Floyd, a 46-year-old security guard, died on May 25 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, after former police officer Derek Chauvin kneeled on the back of his neck while he was handcuffed.

This meant he could not breathe — with the horrifying incident caught on camera.

The father-of-five died soon after while in custody.

In the incident, arresting officers said Floyd matched the description of someone who used a forged bank note and that he resisted them when they took him into custody. 

But in the clip, which shocked America and the world, Chauvin was seen pinning his knee into the back of Floyd's neck as Floyd pleaded with him to stop.

He said: "Please, please, please, I can't breathe… please, man… my stomach hurts, my neck hurts, everything hurts… I can't breathe."

All four of the officers have been sacked and face charges in connection with Floyd's death.

Chavin is charged with murder and manslaughter, while his colleagues Tou Thao, Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng face charges of aiding and abetting murder and manslaughter.

The killing led to huge protests across the U.S and the world against police brutality and racism.

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