T-Boz Reveals She Has A Son
T-Boz celebrated International Women’s Day by posting photos of her kids. That’s right. Plural. KIDS. She posted this precious photo with her son Chance — confusing a few people with her caption:
This is My Heart! Looking Back On this Special Day My Lil Big Man turned 1 years old! It’s NOT his Bday Today…
Some folks started wishing him Happy Birthday while others wondered where he came from.
A few folks knew enough about the situation to inform the others that her son Chance is adopted. We seem to recollect there was some writeups about her adoption, back in 2015.
So cute. Congratulations to Tionne and Chance. They are a beautiful family indeed.
Speaking of family, T-Boz also posted some throwbacks with her firstborn, daughter Chase.
We love the caption. Ain’t God good? For this woman to be told she could never have kids and have two beautiful healthy children.
Tionne also revealed the latest TLC music is out … and on TV!
Hit the flip for more photos of her daughter — who is no longer a baby.
Music is everything to T-Boz’s daughter Chase. Her whole Instagram is dedicated to her experiences at concerts and festivals, meeting rappers like Drake
ASAP Rocky… Boy she really looks like her mom here.
Talk about a legacy
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