It looks like Tiny Harris and her husband, rapper T.I. may have passed down their musical talents to 3-year-old daughter Heiress Harris.
The toddler is already an internet sensation who’s leaving social media enamored with her big personality. She recently was captured on camera showing off her vocal talents and sang the chorus to rapper Lil Mama’s “Lip Gloss” song.
Holding a camera phone only inches from her face, the toddler recited the verse to the best of her ability, belting, “My lip gloss is poppin, my lip gloss is cool. All the boys keep jockin, they chase me after school.”
Tiny, who seemed smitten by her daughter’s adorable video, apparently thinks her eldest daughter Zonnique Pullins had some sort of influence of the toddler.
“She said what she said!!! @heiressdharris Lol this is all big sister @zonniquejailee doing!!” the mother of four wrote via Instagram. “She soaks things up too easy!! Lol 👑.”
Pullins commented underneath her mother’s post, jokingly accepting fault, writing, “Me: so when they say ohh girl yo lipgloss is poppin what do you say? 😭.” She also added, “@lilmama come get my sister please.”
Fans also chimed in on Tiny’s post, enamored with the 3-year-old.
“OMG cutenesses overload 💕 she is a forever mood😂😂. You better sang Heiress!”
“She so cute I can see her being singer and rapper 😘 taking after he mama and daddy.”
“I love that little girl 😍❤️😂 so cute! But question where the lipgloss pooh?😂 #mymood.”
“Laaaaaawd this little girl is to dang funny. Leave my friend alone & let her lip gloss pop 😂 omg the cutest 😍.”
Papa T.I. has yet to comment on his wife’s post of their baby girl, but it’s pretty clear that baby Heiress has him wrapped around her finger.
Tiny and T.I. share seven children, including Major, King, and baby Heiress, whom the couple share together, sons Domani and Messiah and daughter Deyjah Harris are from T.I.’s previous relationships, and Pullins from Tiny’s former relationship.
The couple’s family currently appears on their VH1 reality show “T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle,” which airs every Monday at 8 p.m. Eastern Time.