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This Video Of Monica’s 4-Year-Old Daughter Laiyah Singing On Christmas Day Will Melt Your Heart


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This Video Of Monica’s 4-Year-Old Daughter Laiyah Singing On Christmas Day Will Melt Your Heart

R&B songstress Monica has been on tour with reunited supergroup Xscape for the last 3 months and it looks like some of the musical magic the ladies have been bringing to the tour is rubbing off on Monica’s precious little girl Laiyah.

Monica recently took a quick pause from The Great Xscape Tour to enjoy the holiday with their families, which apparently included an adorable performance from 4-year-old Laiyah. The proud mother and wife shared a video clip of Laiyah singing Xscape’s “Just Kickin It” on Christmas morning and as you might imagine, she’s a natural.

Monica has shared a few photos of her family attending a few of the shows as the tour over the past few weeks, so it’s no surprise that little “Miss Thang” isn’t missing a beat in the performance department! Laiyah also stole hearts around Thanksgiving, when dad Shannon Brown gave fans a peek at her Christmas picture, where she was all smiles for the camera.

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