Reality TV star, Erica Dixon recently gave fans a sneak-peek into one of her bonding moments with her fifteen-year-old daughter, Emani Richardson.
Taking to Instagram, Dixon shared a photo of herself with Richardson in a car. While Dixon donned a pink shirt with a pair of sunglasses, her daughter sported a gorgeous green top.
With one finger held up against her chin, Dixon pushed her lips into a pout while Richardson subtly glared into the camera as she struck a stylish pose.
In her caption, Dixon gushed over her daughter, whom she described as one of her most valued life treasures. She wrote:
"My life treasures will always be my girls."
Shortly after sharing the photo, fans and followers took to the comments section where they left sweet notes about the striking resemblance between Dixon and her daughter.
Dixon is most famous for her appearances on the VH1 reality TV show, "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta."
Richardson was born to Dixon and famous rapper, Scrappy, on March 31st, 2005, and while many might still think of her as a cute little girl, she is getting all grown up.
During her eighth-grade formal dance last year, Richardson rocked a gorgeous orange feathered gown, accompanied by a ponytail hairstyle and subtle makeup.
Taking to Instagram, Dixon proudly shared a photo of Richardson posing alongside her date, who also looked dapper in a tuxedo. Captioning the picture, Dixon wrote:
"Guess who is off to 8th grade formal!!!!! My baby is so gorgeous!!! ??"
Although Dixon and Scrappy are no longer in a romantic relationship, they have maintained a co-parenting relationship that has been quite rocky.
In July 2019, the ex-lovers got into a heated argument where they expressed their frustrations over the lack of communication between them. While speaking, Dixon alleged that Scrappy was not providing enough support for their daughter, although, Scrappy furiously denied the claims.
Scrappy and Dixon are most famous for their appearances on the VH1 reality Tv show, "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta." At the time Scrappy was cast, he was in a relationship with Shay Johnson, who was also a co-star on the show.
Back in March, Johnson reportedly made claims about Scrappy bringing on Dixon as an original cast member of the show, and according to her, the rapper made the move in a bid to escape child support.