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THROWBACK TUESDAYS: T-BOZ AND DAUGHTER CHASE

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Singer T-Boz a.k.a Tionne Watkins  is pictured with her daughter Chase Anela Rolison nearly nine years ago.

Click here to see more recent pictures of Tionne and daughter Chase(born October 20th, 2000).

Tionne recently opened up about her battle with a brain tumor. Tionne says that her daughter motivated her to stay strong.

“I have a daughter I have to raise and I need to be here for her. You know what I mean? So it was like I want to live and they made that possible,” Watkins said of undergoing surgery to remove the tumor.
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  1. I’m I the only one who notices it says “born October 20th,2009″? Lol. I’m happy T-Boz was able to recover. She’s def a strong person and an inspiration to many that know her stoy. Best wishes to her and I love this pic, they both look pretty.

  2. I love me some T-Boz. She is such an inspiration to my daughter who is 12 also has sickle cell and had brain surgery in 2007. Scrubs is my daughters favorite song.

  3. Love T-boz. She was always my favorite of TLC and the prettiest in my eyes though the talk usually fell on Chilli in that respect.

    God bless her. I had no idea she was going through this, so glad the surgery appears to be a success. I knew about the sickle cell and would get so mad when I’d hear an errant disc jockey or random person talk about how tired she was looking at times…imagine.

    Stay strong for that gorgeous daughter of yours. You have many fans and I am one of them.

    • me too, i remember hearing her talk about about the early days on tour, she said she would get so tired and almost pass out…couldn’t of been me, not even if i was livin my dream and tryna get money.

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