Tiny Harris couldn’t contain her excitement after her precious little girl, Heiress, 4, showed off some pretty savvy reading skills in an Instagram video she shared with fans on Dec. 12.
Tameka “Tiny” Harris, 45, couldn’t help but gush over her 4-year-old daughter, Heiress Harris on Dec. 12. The reality television star took to Instagram to show off the new reading skills her little girl, who she shares with rapper T.I., 40, picked up with the help of Eddie Sanders, M.Ed., aka Mr. OSEA (OnSite Education Anywhere).
Tiny watched on as Mr. OSEA taught Heiress how the “bossy E” changed the sound of certain words. Her adorable daughter danced with joy after pronouncing “hat” verses “hate,” and “rak” versus “rake”. The proud mama filmed on while congratulating her precious little one. “Ok Heiress‼️ If only I would’ve started with you when you first reached out @onsite_ed thank you…. I love it!,” Tiny captioned the clip while adding a crown, a purple heart emoji and the hashtags, “#HomeschoolingwitHeiress #OnsiteEducation”.
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The T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle star wasn’t the only one fawning over Heiress as Zonnique Pullins, 24, made sure to let her little sister know how proud she was. “That my toota mamaaaa,” she replied to the viral video that received more than one million views in the 24-hour period. A couple of the Real Housewives of Atlanta stars showed up in the comments section with Porsha Williams who is mother to daughter 21-month-old Pilar (aka PJ) replying, “She is sooo smart! He is awesome,” while Kenya Moore, mother to Brooklyn, 2, wrote, “Love!!!!” along with several heart emojis.
Meanwhile, Tiny is gearing up to become a grandmother as Zonnique is expecting her first child any day now. The singer announced in early August that she’s pregnant, with a baby girl, with boyfriend Bandhunta Izzy, 23. Zonnique and Izzy’s relationship began on Instagram, after the rapper slid into her DMs. It’s unclear when the couple first got together, however, they’ve been dating for years.
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