T.I. and his daughter Heiress Harris are serving major daddy and daughter goals on social media.
When it comes to taking super cute pictures and knowing all of the angles, baby Heiress has it down pat. Rapper T.I. hopped over to Instagram on Tuesday, Sept. 15, with a photo of him and his baby girl posing it up for his 13 million followers.
“Her strength & My weakness 👑🥰✊🏽 #DaddyBaby,” the father of six wrote.
The adorable snap showed T.I. dressed in all-black attire and rocking a bucket hat, while posing with his arms folded. His baby girl stood right in front of him in a cute blue-striped romper and chucked up her deuces. She’s also seen puckering up her lips and posing on her tippy toes.
Followers instantly gushed over the adorable photo.
“You KNOW SHE’s her daddy scoota Scoota SHE RUNS THE HOUSE ❤️👑👑,” said a fan.
A second added, “King & His Princess 🎯 @troubleman31 little girls are always daddy’s baby.”
Others cracked up at Heiress’ fierce stance.
“It’s the leg pop for me 😍😭,” someone wrote.
One IG user commented, “Her and that damn leg 🦵🏾🤣😂 she’s too cute 😍❤️ she’s her mother child for sure!! 😍”
T.I.’s wife, Tiny Harris, already confirmed their daughter was a daddy’s girl.
Last month, a video of T.I. and baby Heiress went viral; in it, the rap star reads his daughter the “trap version” of “Beanstalk” for her bedtime story.
Tiny wrote, “Bedtime stories with daddy are original. This man @troubleman31 have always told her bedtime stories like this. She just loves every min of it!! 👑💜💙😩.”
Heiress is the couple’s youngest child; they also have two sons. The Atlanta native has two sons and a daughter from his prior relationships as well.
T.I. said having kids has taught him a lot about himself. In a 2015 interview with XXL, he said, “Man, I learned a lot. It’s hard to do. It’s something that you never really master. It’s a hell of a charge to even assume responsibility for them. So you just have to be committed to it, man. You have to be committed to it and passionate about it. Put your effort and energy towards it.”