‘What the Hell’: Fans Shook as T.I. and Tiny’s Daughter Heiress Hits Body Roll to Xscape Song

Kandi Burruss had better watch out, lest she is replaced in ’90s R&B group Xscape by her best friend Tameka “Tiny” Harris’ youngest daughter Heiress Harris!

Harris shared an overwhelming adorable and head-turning video of the 3-year-old mouthing the words to one of the group’s hit songs, “Feels So Good,” all while not missing a step of the choreography.

Heiress Harris
Heiress Harris’ performance of Xscape’s “Feels So Good” has fans shook. @majorgirl/Instagram

“My newest lil superstar @heiressdharris getting ready for her performance with Xscap3 tomorrow in Macon Ga. lol! Didn’t even know she liked Feels So Good this much!! #MommysBiggestFan #SheKnowRealMusicWhenSheHearIt #Xscape90sRnB 👑💜💞,” read Harris’ caption of the short clip.

As cute as the video is, many could not help but hilariously leave comments questioning the little one’s body rolls and what her dad, rapper T.I., might have to say.

“What the hell is my niece doing 😂”

“Waiting for Tip to comment in 3…2…1 😂”

“Yo daddy gone get u!! U better stop! 😩😂 Too cute!!”

Meanwhile, at least one person was supportive of Heiress’ efforts to perfect her budding craft.

“Y’all better put her in the group ❤️❤️❤️”

The “T.I. and Tiny: Friends and Family Hustle” couple have a brood of children — Major, Clifford, Deyjah, Domani, Messiah and Zonnique Pullins — who nearly all have shown interest in the music industry.

Prior to re-introducing themselves as a trio, the group Xscape gave fans something they had been waiting more than a decade for: a reunion tour. Though Burruss and group member LaTocha Scott were able to quash a long-standing issue between the two of them, Burruss ultimately decided that moving as a group and being tethered to all that encompasses was simply no longer of interest.

“I really enjoy performing with my group members, but at this day and this age, I want to just be able to do what I want to do. Business-wise, I like to be in control of my own situation,” explained Buruss in a 2018 interview.

Well, it was good while it lasted.

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