Chance the Rapper Melts Hearts Posing with His Adorable Baby Daughter, Marli (Photos)
Marli, the adorable daughter of Chance the Rapper stole the spotlight from her famous dad in cute pictures uploaded on social media.
Chancelor Johnathan Bennett, known by his stage name Chance the Rapper, is an entertainer and activist. The 27-year-old is no stranger to the spotlight but his youngest daughter stole his place in recent pictures of the sweet girl.
The father-of-two shared two precious pictures of himself posing with Marli on his lap. The rapper was dressed in a denim shirt, jeans, and a cap while the toddler wore a furry beige jacket, grey pants, and a beanie with the words "future hero."
The first slide captured the rapper who had half his face hidden by his cap smiling at Marli who beamed at the camera with her hand in a cup. The second slide revealed that the one-year-old was eating Cheerios from the cup as she posed with her mouth open.
[Chance's] passion for activism runs in his blood as his parents— as well as his grandparents and great-grandparents, were all proud activists.
The "No Problem" singer's post received several likes and comments from fans who gushed over the toddler's cuteness and charm.
Last year, shortly after the 27-year-old shared pictures of his lavish wedding ceremony with Kirsten Corley in March, he announced that the newlyweds were expecting their second child.
Their child was revealed to the public via a picture the father shared on Instagram which only showed Marli's outfit engraved with the words "I am who he says I am" but not her face.
Earlier this year in August, the "Slice" actor celebrated his daughter's first birthday with a beautiful post and message on Instagram where he expressed his love for Marli.
The proud dad disclosed that the one-year-old brought laughter to his home especially during the lockdown period due to the ongoing novel coronavirus when she began calling everyone "dada."
The rapper and his wife have also been teaching their first-born, Kensli valuable lessons during the Black Lives Matter protests. According to the artist, the couple's goal was to make their four-year-old understand the importance of her opinions, self-love, and how "black power is her superpower."
The father's passion for activism runs in his blood as his parents— Ken and Lisa Bennett, as well as his grandparents and great-grandparents, were all proud activists.
His great-grandmother marched with Martin Luther King, his father worked for Barack Obama and Harold Washington, while his grandmother and her children also volunteered for the late Chicago mayor.