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Chance the Rapper Shared the Sweetest Photos Cuddling His Baby Nephew: Pics
The Voice Coach spent some bonding time with the 7-month-old this week.
Chance the Rapper is one proud uncle!
On October 16, The Voice Coach (Seasons 23 and Season 25) shared the most heart-warming pictures of him playing with an adorable baby that bared a striking resemblance to the Grammy-winner. And while many thought the post served as a surprise third baby announcement from the musician, the little one in the photos is actually Chance's nephew, Logan.
Read on for all the details.
Chance the Rapper and his baby nephew, Logan
In the snapshots he cradles the 7-month-old, giving him a smooch on the head before the baby cutely smiles at the camera. Then, we catch a glimpse of Chance encouraging the baby to walk towards him. Logan is the youngest son of Chance's brother, Taylor Bennet.
"I luh ya boy 💙," Chance affectionately captioned the post.
Chance the Rapper on being a dad
The rapper also has two adorable little ones of his own: He is the proud father of 7-year-old Kensli and 4-year-old Marli. Chance clearly likes to spend special quality time with the two little girls, as he shared some sweet footage of them getting ready to see The Little Mermaid together in June.
In the clip, Marli pressed a button on her conch toy and sang her heart out, before we catch a glimpse of Kensli throwing up a peace sign eagerly. How cute!
In a 2020 interview with People, the "Cocoa Butter Kisses" singer opened up about what his daughters mean to him.
“They make me laugh so often,” he told the outlet. “Kensli says really funny stuff and she’s very, very advanced for her age. I know all parents say that about their kids, but it’s ridiculous. She’s so intelligent and she just speaks. She’s very opinionated too. She says exactly how she feels about stuff. She’s 4, but she acts like a 7 year old that’s acting like she’s 13."
He also had something exciting to say about how Marli has been growing up. “Her first word was ‘Dada,’ which I’m proud to say both of my girls’ first words were ‘Dad’ basically. She calls everybody ‘Dada’ now. She even calls her toys and her pacifier ‘Dada,’ so that’s just her go-to phrase now."
Meanwhile, in an interview with Access, Chance talked about how Kensli and Marli feel watching their dad on The Voice. "They like it; they don't like me having to go to work, I think. They get a little upset about that, but they like the show. They watched the live [Semi-Final] the other day and my daughter just got, like, a little watch phone, so she kept calling me in between and I'm like, ‘It's live, I'm literally here right now. But I think, they're both into music a lot, so they like the idea of, you know, seeing me on stage with a bunch of singers," he said.