TLC band member T-Boz's only daughter Chase Anela Rolison looks gorgeous as she flaunts her ponytails and toned belly in a white top and blue ripped jeans in new snaps.
T-Boz was born as Tionne Tenese Watkins and rose to fame in the early 1990s as a member of the girl-group TLC. She has received four Grammy awards for her work with the massively successful group.
Even though she has not enjoyed the same level of fame in recent years, she still regularly hugs the spotlight. However, much of that media attention surrounds her life as a mother of two beautiful children.
Watkins' only daughter Chase Anela Rolison, 20, has pretty much grown under the Hollywood spotlight, so fans have watched her blossom into a beautiful young woman.
Chase recently wowed fans in her new Instagram post, where she flaunts her ponytails and toned belly in a white half top, and blue ripped jeans. She captioned the photo writing:
"Very much early 2000s vibes."
A swipe to the left reveals a close-up selfie of the beautiful young lady that captures her blonde hair with dark roots partitioned through the middle into beautiful ponytails.
Chase also has a cute brown bag hanging over her shoulders as she flaunts her lovely white nail extensions. She accessorizes the look with Chanel sunglasses and earrings.
Watkins finally achieved her dream of expanding her family when she adopted a son, Chance, in 2016.
Watkins shares her daughter Chase with her ex-husband, rapper Mack 10. The two tied the knot on August 19, 2000, and a few months later, their daughter was born prematurely on October 20, 2000.
Barely four years after their marriage, Watkins filed for divorce from Mack 10. In her divorce papers, the TLC star claimed he committed adultery and also threatened to kill her.
She requested a restraining order against the rapper and sued for full custody of their daughter. At the time, Mack 10 vehemently denied her claims and revealed Watkins was only trying to gain the upper hand during the proceedings.
Meanwhile, Watkins was diagnosed with sickle-cell disease at the age of seven. As such, she has had to live through various health complications, including the possibility of not having any children.
However, she got lucky with the birth of her only daughter in 2000. And after many years of waiting, Watkins finally achieved her dream of expanding her family when she adopted a son, Chance, in 2016.
Watkins' children remain a focal point in her life and her greatest achievement. Seeing Chase blossom into a beautiful young lady is undoubtedly a great source of pride for the 50-year-old single mom.