T–Boz's daughter recently warmed many hearts after she took to social media with pictures that captured her posing with a toddler she referred to as her "baby sis."
TLC member Tionne "T–Boz" Watkins has a gorgeous daughter who looks just like she does and who, like her, is not shy about showcasing her beautiful looks.
Her name is Chase Anela Rolison, and she is the only child Watkins welcomed naturally. The gorgeous girl recently took to her Instagram stories to share a short video clip of herself posing with a cute child and tagged the girl her "baby sis."
Tionne 'T-Boz' Watkins at SiriusXM Studios on September 12, 2017 | Photo: Getty Images
The video clip was shot outdoors and the scenery was quite picturesque with vibrant colors contributing to the aesthetics. Chase posed with the toddler in her arms.
She had on a black top, and her blonde hair was styled straight. She accentuated her inherited beauty with perfect makeup— even the child wore some.
Chase is only one of the two kids who call Watkins mother. She was born in October 2000 and her father is rapper Mack 10, a man her mother married in August of the same year. The two went their separate ways after Watkins filed for a divorce and restraining order in 2004.
It remains one of Watkins' biggest challenges until today.
Tionne "T–Boz" Watkins' daughter, Chase Anela Rolison with her "baby sis" on Instagram | Photo: Instagram/chaserolison
Aside from Chase, the talented singer is also a mother to Chance, a boy she adopted 16 years after the birth of her daughter. His adoption had not been an easy process. She revealed the struggle behind it in a book she co-wrote with Emily Zemler titled "A Sick Life."
Apart from the story of the adoption, the book told of her battle against a number of debilitating illnesses, including sickle cell anemia and a brain tumor that led to her undergoing surgery which left her in recovery for more than three years.
Watkins has credited her recovery to both of her children because being a mother to them was enough motivation to fight her battles and win.
The award-winning performer has expressed hope that she will live long enough to meet her grandkids. Meanwhile, she is determined to make the best of her life while sensitizing the public about sickle cell.
According to the National Institute of Health, the disease affects nearly 100,000 Americans, with 1 African American in 10 being afflicted with it.
It remains one of Watkins' biggest challenges until today, but having survived this long, which is uncharacteristic, she has faith that she can weather whatever more life has to throw at her.
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