Chase Anela Rolison Became a Founder of a Beauty Range - Facts about T-Boz' Daughter
Chase Anela Rolison is only one of T-Boz's children, and the 20-something-year-old is making big moves as an entrepreneur. Her parents were pioneers of the R&B and Hip-Hop industry; however, she has ventured into beauty.
In October 2022, TLC's Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins posted a photo of a young woman donning a dark gray full-bodysuit paired with black peek-toe heels and minimal jewelry. She posed with her eyes closed and legs crossed, holding two two-shaped helium balloons in each hand.
The young lady was Tionne's daughter, Chase Anela Rolison, celebrating her 22nd birthday. Tionne gushed about Chase alongside the photo, marveling at how "crazy" it was that she had "a whole 22-year-old."
"Having You…. And Being Your Mother Is Beyond A Blessing! HAPPY BIRTHDAY CHASE! I Wish The World To My Talented, Beautiful & Hilarious Daughter!!!" she wrote. Chase was born two months into her mother's marriage to rapper Mack 10, born D'Mon Rolison.
Her parents had met when TLC shot the music video for "Unpretty" from their album "Fanmail" in 1999. Although Chase didn't join the entertainment industry like Tionne and D'Mon, her future in business looks promising.
Chase Anela Rolison: T-Boz's Daughter Owns a Beauty Brand
Chase is the founder and owner of Anela Beauty, an online makeup shop that offers lip gloss, eyeliner, lash extensions, and more. According to the earliest post on the official Anela Beauty Instagram page, she established the brand in April 2022.
Furthermore, Chase wrote in the bio that Anela Beauty is "cruelty-free" and ships worldwide. The young LA-based businesswoman also has a personal IG account with over 10.7K followers at the time of writing. From her posts and story highlights, it's clear she is a frequent traveler.
Chase Anela Rolison's Compassion for Her Mother When She Fell Sick
Chase's mother, who was diagnosed with sickle cell disease when she was seven, opened up about when she fell sick in a 2009 interview. Three years before, she discovered she had a grapefruit-sized brain tumor, which had caused constant headaches for years and affected her vision.
She had it surgically removed, but severe complications followed. At one point, Tionne recalled eating pancakes when her motor functions — blinking, walking, talking — stopped working, and her face became distorted.
Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins of TLC with her daughter, Chase Anela Rolison, attend Paper City and Sickle Cell Foundation of Georgia Present the Traveling Chase's Closet Trunk Show on February 24, 2005. | Source: Getty Images
"Two weeks later, Chase, who stayed with my aunt in Atlanta, and I were on iChat, and she was like, 'Mom, you look pretty.' I don't know what she saw, but it made me feel better," she recalled.
When Chase finally visited her, Tionne said her daughter would hold her cheeks and kiss her. "She didn't treat me like I looked funny," she said. Her love for Chase and her career motivated her to keep fighting to stay alive.
Tionne "T Boz" Watkins of TLC and her daughter, Chase Anela Rolison, arrive at a fashion show and party to benefit the Make A Wish Foundation at The Park August 2, 2005, in New York City. | Source: Getty Images
Chase Anela Rolison Has an Adoptive Brother
Chase became a big sister at 16 to her younger brother, Chance. Her mother wrote about the tumultuous adoption process in her 2017 memoir, "A Sick Life." Chance was her second attempt at adopting, as her first ended with the child's biological mother not turning up to sign the papers.
Tionne tried again with the same woman and became Chance's mother and caregiver when he was nine months old. She's among numerous celebrities who've shared their adoption stories, including Charlize Theron, Angelina Jolie, Diane Keaton, Jim Cavaziel, and Madonna.
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