Tiny Harris Shared Photos of Her Daughter Heiress Spending Time with Rihanna at the 51st NAACP Image Awards
Tameka Cottle is a proud mother as she takes to social media to share a montage of photos that saw her daughter, Heiress Harris, spending time with an A-list celebrity.
Tameka "Tiny" Harris was at the NAACP awards this year with her beautiful and cheerful daughter, Heiress Harris.
The proud mother later took to Instagram to post a series of pictures that featured little Heiress chilling with the music icon, Rihanna.
The pictures featured her 3-year-old daughter spending some time with the music icon and eventually ending up on her lap. Rihanna looked as fashionable as ever wearing a vibrant dress with purple ruffles.
She topped the look off with matching strappy purple sandals and an amethyst ring. Tiny wrote a heartwarming caption where she explained that little Heiress initially did not realize who she was rolling with. The caption reads:
"So this happen last night & Babygirl @heiressdharris didn’t even know she was sitting with the Queen @badgalriri I had to go show her a few videos to put her up on game."
It wasn't until her mother showed her a few videos of Rihanna, she then realized and immediately requested for a visit, the next day, to the singer's house, concluded Tiny.
This is not the first time Heiress has made the news; the popular 3-year-old stole hearts earlier this month when her parents shared a video of her showing off her dance moves in a Tik-Tok video clip.
In the video, she waved her arms while blowing kisses to the camera and simultaneously keeping the rhythm with her cousin, who could be seen dancing in the background.
If there's anything that I've learned, we can only fix this world together.
RiRi added another prestigious accolade to her existing numeral as she was honored with the coveted President's Award at the 51st NAACP Image Awards 2020, which she received with a persuasive and Inspiring speech.
Rihanna kept her speech simple but powerful as she accepted the 2020 NAACP Image Awards president's award; her speech laid much emphasis on unity and togetherness. The Fenty boss urged people to embrace and show support to one another more:
"If there's anything that I've learned, we can only fix this world together. We can't do it divided."
She further urged her colleagues to ask their friends and families to "pull up" and join in protests and to concern themselves with the problems of other people and provide any available assistance.