Brandy Shares Adorable Photo with Niece Melody Love Showing Her Tongue
Brandy Norwood is an actress, singer-songwriter, record producer, and sister to rapper Ray J. who welcomed his daughter with Princess Love in May 2018, according to Heavy.
inger-songwriter Brandy attends 2019 Black Girls Rock! at NJ Performing Arts Center | Photo: Getty Images
Since then, Brandy has taken to loving up on 17-month-old Melody Love Norwood.
The "I Wanna Be Down" singer recently took to Instagram to share an adorable picture of her and Melody spending quality time together.
The image shows Brandy leaning into Melody, who pokes her tongue out.
Brandy captioned the post:
'Melo, what a gal!! @melodylovenorwood ♥ Auntie loves you, but the shade is not real in this pic niece. Ha Spaghetti Girl.'
Fans who loved seeing Brandy goofing with her niece stated how 'cute' the duo looked in the comments.
As it turns out, Brandy isn't the only one who loves Melody as Heavy reported that Ray J and his wife adore Melody and want to have more children.
Singer-songwriter Brandy attends the 2019 BMI R&B/Hip-Hop Awards | Photo: Getty Images
Luckily, the couple won't have to wait for too long as PEOPLE disclosed that, they have a second baby on the way.
PEOPLE also revealed that the "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood" duo is expecting the child, who is a boy, in January 2020. The baby news came after Ray J and Princess celebrated Melody's one year birthday in grand style.
According to a report by VH1, the pair first wished their daughter a 'happy birthday' on social media. An excited Ray J asked his followers to celebrate his daughter as he shared a video of the tot playing with a pink object as she sat in his lap.
Meanwhile, the tot's mother shared pictures of Melody rocking a princess outfit as she posed for her one-year-old photo shoot.
Fans are sure Brandy can't wait to meet her new nephew in 2020. Until then, the singer is focusing on her music career as she and Major released "Even More" – a song about fighting cancer –recently.
Due to the acknowledgment which "That Boy Is Mine" and other songs brought her, the 40-year-old became one of the first people to judge the talent hunt show "America's Got Talent" in its first season.