T-Boz's only daughter, Chase Anela Rolison, shared a fierce picture of her hourglass shape in a cropped top and ripped skinny jeans in an Instagram post.
TLC singer T-Boz's daughter, Chase Rolison, took to her Instagram page to share a delightful picture of herself, showing as she flaunted her hourglass shape in a cropped top and skinny jeans.
The 20-year-old wore a sky blue crop top and matching ripped jeans and carried a Louis Vuitton handbag which she hung on her left shoulder.
Chase packed her hair in a buns style, with curls, and posed for the snapshot standing in front of a flower hedge and placing her beautifully painted nails on her lap.
She captioned the adorable photo with a butterfly emoji and attracted praise from many of her followers, who took turns to compliment her looks and gorgeous beauty.
T-Boz also commented on her daughter's post and called her a beautiful baby, to which some fans replied, saying mother and daughter look alike.
T-Boz is known for her ideals when it comes to her musical approach and fashion. The singer once said that upcoming female musicians do not have to open up their bodies to make it in music.
After initial setbacks in the adoption, T-Boz brought Chance home nine months after his birth.
However, some Rihanna fans misinterpreted her to be speaking about the singer after the media used the "Work" singer's photo to reference T-Boz's words.
Feeling aggrieved, some of those fans came for T-Boz, who revealed that Chase received death threats from some of them. They also referenced T-Boz's health struggles, especially her battle with sickle-cell, which the singer has opened up about in the past.
T-Boz shared how she was diagnosed with sickle cell disease at a young age and how it affected her singing career as a member of the pop TLC group. She was told she would never be able to bear any child or live up to 30.
Besides sickle-cell, T-Boz also battled with a brain tumor after a diagnosis in 2006 and underwent a 7-hour surgery to remove it. Though the surgery was successful, it left a side effect—poor balance.
Despite these health issues, T-Boz is not interested in pity and wants to focus on service. She now educates others on sickle cell anemia through her songs and actions.
Despite her sickle-cell, the singer had her first child, Chase, and adopted a son, Chance, 16 years after the former's birth. After initial setbacks in the adoption, T-Boz brought Chance home nine months after his birth.
She believes her son brought new life, fulfillment and completed her home. The Grammy Award winner turned 50 last year and celebrated it in grand style, taking account of her successes and victories over health issues.
The birthday was a reflection of her birthing a child, health condition, and other complications, despite the doctor's diagnosis, and showed how much of a warrior she is.