*Toya Johnson’s 2-Year-Old Daughter Puts Her to Shame After She Sings ‘You Got It Girl’
*Fans Crack Up Over Toya Johnson’s Argument with Her 2-Year-Old Daughter Over ‘You Got It Girl’ Song
The 2-year-old and her mother recently found themselves in an intense debate over Drake and Chris Brown‘s 2019 hit single “No Guidance.” After Johnson declared the song with the lyrics “you got it girl” as her song, baby Reign shook her head to give a no response, and fired back in the Instagram video, “No mommy that’s my song!”
She even put her father in the middle of their discussion and said, “Daddy tell mommy that’s my song!”
After a few seconds of back and forth, Johnson asked her daughter to sing “No Guidance,” which Reign had no problem doing.
“You got it girl you got it,” the toddler sang before adding a piercing falsetto. “Play no games. I’m no play no games.”
Johnson broke into laughter at her daughter’s sweet harmonies, while IG users also cracked up.
“This little toddler has a HUGE personality. 😂😂”
“🤣😂🤣 She said it’s MY SONG not only did she sing the song but she put some stank on it and hit it in that falsetto😂”
“It’s the ‘daddy tell my mommy that’s my song “’for me 🤣🤣🤣🤣”
“It’s the high pitch and look away for me! 😂😂 put her in acting school for her ASAP 😍”
Johnson and her fiancé welcomed Reign in February 2018.
The toddler is the couple’s only child together, but Rushing did state on the second season of “T.I. & Tiny: Friends and Family Hustle” that he would like to have more children.
Johnson is also the mother of 21-year-old daughter Reginae Carter, whom she shares with ex-husband and rapper Lil Wayne, and Rushing has children from his prior relationships.
The mother of two has admitted to being extremely protective of her children when it comes to social media trolls and critics.
More than a year before Reign was born, Johnson told Cosmopolitan in December 2016, “I honestly don’t pay attention to the haters. UNLESS someone says something about my daughter, and then Mama Bear kicks in. I don’t care what people say about me, but kids are off limits.”