TLC star T-Boz's grown daughter, Chase, rang in two decades in grand style and her music star mom went all out on social media to commemorate her big day.
Music star T Boz was all about her grown daughter Chase on Instagram as she put up several pictures to celebrate the young adult who recently turned a year older.
T-Boz was all shades of excited as she fawned over her blonde look-alike daughter while sharing some of their mom-daughter moments and pulling at fans' heartstrings.
Tionne 'T-Boz' Watkins at SiriusXM Studios on September 12, 2017 in New York City | Photo: Getty Images
The TLC member put up images numbering up to ten in honor of her twinnie. The first image showed a collage of Chase's pink-themed birthday props filled with balloons that spelled her moniker, mixed with a mom-daughter selfie.
The next slide was an up-close snapshot of the birthday girl all dolled up with sultry makeup as she rocked a bone straight shoulder length hairstyle while sporting mint green nail polish. A beguiling throwback came in next, showing T-Boz reveling in motherhood. She captioned it:
"DO YOU KNOW WHAT 2DAY IS? My little Angel @chaserolison BDAY PLEASE WISH MY EVERYTHING AND 1st BORN A HAPPY BIRTHDAY…"
The award-winning singer went on to praise her daughter for her achievements. Referring to Chase as her "golden baby," the happy mom gushed with admiration. More of the snapshots shared presented the gorgeous birthday girl flaunting her style and showing that she was a mama's girl.
T-Boz, whose real name is Tionne Watkins, welcomed her first child, Chase, with her ex-husband and fellow star Mack 10, in 2000. In 2013, Chase played her mom's younger version on VH1's biopic "CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story." Her younger brother's name is Chance, and he was born in 2015.
All the while, the star singer kept her health struggles under wraps because she did not want "pity."
While her music made her a member of one of the most acclaimed '90s singing groups, T-Boz endured health complications growing up. As a child, she was diagnosed with sickle cell disease that leads to a lack of blood flow and oxygen, which in the long run, causes organ damage.
Due to her health status, doctors told the "Totally T-Boz" star that she would not have kids. She welcomed Chase in 2000 but was not able to have more kids. The four-time Grammy-winner opted for adoption and soon became a mom to Chance.
It is safe to say that the 50-year-old's life is fraught with miracles because, according to her, health experts diagnosed that she would not live past her thirties.
Living past the assumed age was not an easy feat as T-Boz fought several health complications. In 2006, she was diagnosed with a brain tumor and underwent a seven-hour surgery.
All the while, the star singer kept her health struggles under wraps because she did not want pity. Once speaking about all she endured, T-Boz credited her kids for giving her the needed strength to fight her health battles.