Erica Dixon's Twin Daughters Eryss & Embrii Sit on Two White Cars in Matching Leopard-Print Outfits
Erica Dixon is a proud mom of twin daughters who melted hearts recently on social media after photos of them straddling two white cars dressed in matching outfits.
Erica Dixon's twin daughters, Embrii and Eryss, have had fans catching feelings since their twinning photos were uploaded on Instagram. The caption that followed the post was a simple one. It read,
"Twin talk and play."
Fans who had their hearts melted by the overload of cuteness oozing from the pictures took to the comments section with compliments for the two cute toddlers. One fan wrote:
"Awww cuteness overload!!! They so bomb!"
The girls were dressed in matching armless leopard-print gowns with black shoes. They both had black headties on and were seated on similar-looking white cars.
In the first frame, the girls wore a cute smile and faced the camera while in the second frame, they seemed engaged in a conversation with each other. Dixon welcomed her twins in May 2019. The proud mother took to her Instagram page to share the joyful news.
She shared a picture from her pregnancy shoot, and in her caption, she revealed that while the moment is a celebratory one, it was bittersweet because she had to leave the girls at the hospital until they were fit to join her at home.
She boasted about how healthy her twins were despite not getting vaccinated.
In the post, Dixon was vague about why the girls had to stay behind in the hospital, they are together now, and for the gorgeous mother, that is all that matters.
Several months after their birth, Dixon came under fire from fans who thought it was terrible for her not to vaccinate her children.
The "Love and HipHop" star had taken to Twitter earlier that day to share a tweet where she boasted about how healthy her twins were despite not getting vaccinated.
Concerned fans flocked to the comments section to voice their concerns, but Dixon's stance did not change—according to her, if the girls come down with an illness, they will receive treatment and get better.
Aside from the girls, Dixon is also mom to a daughter she shares with ex-boyfriend and "Love and HipHop" co-star, Scrappy.
According to Johnson, she should have been a member of the main cast of the show's first season; however, Scrappy took Dixon and Momma Dee to producers behind her back.
Johnson alleged that he did this so that Dixon would get him off child support. His actions reportedly limited her to a smaller role on the show, which enabled Dixon to become one of the show's original primary cast members.