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‘How Does She Look Like You More Than You’: Tammy Rivera’s Night Out with Her Daughter Charlie Has Fans Seeing Double

Tammy Rivera and her teenage daughter Charlie Rivera put their best foot forward on May 19 after a night out on the town. 

The mother-daughter duo, which was seen posing for the camera as they rocked similar black attires, attended the seventh-annual Black Music Honors in Atlanta, Georgia. The event was hosted by LeToya Luckett and DeRay Davis and honored numerous attendees, including Dru Hill, Karyn White, The Whispers, Mary Mary, Tevin Campbell and Keri Hilson. 

Tammy Rivera shares post with her daughter Charlie Rivera. Photo:@charliesangelll/Instagram

In the Instagram post, Tammy wore a deep-cut leather dress donned with gold jewelry pieces, a clutch and high heels. At the same time, Charlie sported a leather top with a skirt. To top it off, the 16-year-old accessorized her ensemble with a purse, hooped earrings and a gold necklace. 

In addition to the upload, Tammy wrote, “If don’t nobody got me I know she do.. @tammiesangel.” As fans viewed the post, many brought up how much Tammy and Charlie resembled each other. One Instagram user went as far as to point out that Tammy’s genes were so strong that the teenager looked more like the star than she did. 

“But how does she look like you MORE than you look like you. she’s your twin.”

“Stole your whole face.”

“She is definitely your twin all the way besides she not a shorty.”

“Twin’s y’all look so cute.”

Tammy Rivera and her teenage daughter Charlie Rivera posing on the red carpet of the Black Music Honors Photo:@charliesangelll/Instagram Story

Among the comparison remarks, others mentioned the beautiful bond that Tammy and Charlie share. One wrote, “A daughter is a mother‘s best friend for life.” Another said, “Best person to have by your side. A mother-daughter relationship is incomparable!!”

A third person posted, “Yesss a daughter will always have her mother’s back no matter what.”

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