"Basketball Wives" star Brooke Bailey is mourning the death of her 25-year-old daughter, Kayla Nicole Bailey.

"Forever my baby, Pretty Black aka Kayla Nicole Bailey," she wrote in an Instagram post Sunday. "This is not a goodbye. Mommy will see you soon."

The post came with some photos of her daughter. In the first one, Kayla can be seen sitting in a chair while donning a white outfit paired with pink boots. The next one shows her posing before the camera while wearing a black top and plaid pants and carrying a black purse.

Also included in the carousel of images is a baby photo of Kayla, as well as another one that shows her as a child. There is also one photo that shows Brooke posing with her daughter.

Her post's comments section was quickly flooded by messages of condolences from fans and fellow celebrities.

One of them was TV personality Tammy Rivera, who said, "Omg beautiful I'm sooooo sorry! My prayers are with you im lifting your name high tonight in prayer."

Hip-hop artist Tiffany Foxx commented, "I am sooooo sorry Brooke. Im speechless! Sending my love and condolences."

Meanwhile, rapper Nicki Minaj simply dropped broken heart emojis.

Many more celebs, including Amber Rose, Tabitha Brown, Toya Johnson and Shamea Morton also left heartfelt messages in the comments section.

Besides creating the post, Brooke also updated her Instagram bio, noting, "FOREVER Kayla Nicole Bailey 3/2/97-9/25/22 #PrettyBlack."

Kayla's cause of death has not been disclosed yet, but some reports claimed she died in a car accident.

Brooke has been a regular on the reality show "Basketball Wives" since May. She appeared in "Basketball Wives LA" from 2011 to 2012. She was also featured in a short video titled "My Sexy Little Sister," which came out in 2016, and in the "Undivided Attention" episode of the TV series "Blacked" that aired on Sept. 17.

Brooke was romantically linked with former professional basketball player Rashard Lewis. Prior to getting involved with Lewis, the TV star was married to a man named Ronnie Holland. The former couple got married in 2014 and divorced in 2016.

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