Tiny Harris‘ daughter Heiress Harris has some serious moves.
The 4-year-old child taught her mother how to groove and shake in an adorable Instagram video recorded by the Xscape singer. Tiny took to her Instagram story on Thursday, July 9, and panned the camera on Heiress dancing.
“Oh,” the mother of four said to her baby girl swaying from side to side. “Can you teach me that move?”
Heiress shook her head yes, put her arms in the air and began twisting her body. “Put your hands in the air,” she instructed before doing the dance again. “Then shake your body in slo-mo like …”
Before Heiress skipped off, Tiny jokingly replied, “Shake ya body? Girl, who taught you that?”
T.I.‘s youngest daughter looked absolutely adorable in a blush colored skirt and shirt set while sporting her signature two ponytails.
Instagram users were in stitches over the post. One fan commented, “She is the sweetest. 😍 get it girl!” Another added, “Oooh dont let daddy see that!!!😂 and the face though … she is so serious about her dance move.”
“Get it girl 🤣😍 she dance better than me 😩 Omg she is the cutest ever!” an IG user exclaimed. Some one else wrote, “Giiirrrlll..Nie she’s too darn cute…😘”Shake ya body in slow mo”……😂 yess lil bit.”
Tiny and T.I.’s youngest child not only shares a strong bond with her mom, but she’s also a daddy’s girl.
The R&B songstress told Hollywood Unlocked in May that Heiress is “just really sweet and really loving,” so T.I. “can’t help but be attached to her because she’s going to grab all of his attention, period.”
Tiny and T.I. have a blended family of seven children, and the couple share three, including Heiress, 4, Major, 12, and King Harris, 15. Tiny told Fox News she’s not interested in having more kids anytime soon when asked about her husband’s recent “babies will be made during quarantine” comment.
“I am trying not to make a baby so … and I am,” she said. “I’m not really trying not to make a baby, but I’m praying that I don’t make a baby because you know, that’s … what else you got to do? You know? Sit in the house and you’re looking at each other, you got to come up with some things to do, and that normally comes up a lot in my house.”