“Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star Lil Scrappy had fans in stitches after looking “scared to death” as his 6-month-old tackled floating in the pool on his own.
More and more parents have begun enrolling their infants in swimming classes due to accidental drowning being one of the leading causes of death for children under the age of 14, Fatherly reports. Scrappy and his wife Bambi appear to be among that group of parents as they signed up their son Breland Richardson for water acclimation courses.
Bambi took to Instagram on Wednesday with an adorable video and photo of baby Breland overcoming the pool on his own. The little one was recorded on camera, dressed in regular clothing for survival week in this swim class, where infants learn to float in the pool on their own. The 6-month-old was placed inside a mini-tube float while he managed to stay above water without the help of his parents. However, Lil Scrappy seemed a little on edge the entire time as he stood behind his son in the pool.
The “No Problem” rapper eventually lightened up, putting his hands around his mouth in a stunned manner, realizing that his 6-month-old was floating on his own. Bambi wrote in her Instagram caption, “Yayyyyy!! @princebreland graduated today. No more tadpoles. . he’s officially a #swimboree !”
Fans underneath the star’s comments cheered baby Breland on while in stitches over his father’s nervous facial expressions.
“ Scrap face is priceless he was hella nervous too cute. Go breland!”
“Scrappy face he looks so scared but at the end he was soooo proud of his son! His face is priceless .”
“@reallilscrappy watching close! His face is too funny. Man I love Black families!”
“But scrappy in the back looking so proud and scared at the same time y’all adorable.”
Lil Scrappy and his wife Bambi welcomed their baby boy into the world on September 21, 2018, on his mother‘s birthday. Bambi delivered their son in just three pushes.
Nowadays, the “Money in the Bank” artist seemingly appreciates being on father duties, considering that he was in a severe car accident last July that left him in a wheelchair.
“This is why I love being a dad, my kids really give me that attention and love that a parent needs lol,” he wrote in an Instagram post in February, tagging his son and 13-year-old daughter Emani. ” @princebreland @official_emanii love y’all.”
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Yayyyyy!! @princebreland graduated today. No more tadpoles… he’s officially a #swimboree ! He’s in his regular clothes because it’s #survivalweek