Vanessa Bryant’s Daughter Bianka, 3, Adorably Interrupts Sister Natalia’s TikTok Video Again
Bianka, 3, made another unexpected cameo in one of her 17-year-old sister Natalia’s TikTok videos
Vanessa Bryant’s daughter has stolen the show once again!
While making a TikTok on Friday with Sabrina Ionescu, a WNBA rookie who was a mentee of the late NBA star, the pair were joined towards the end by Bianka, who popped up right in front of the camera. With a big smile on her face, the three-year-old showed off her best dance moves, as Natalia, 17, and Ionescu, 22, broke out into laughter.
“Another B.B. special!” Vanessa wrote on Instagram alongside the adorable footage, adding that even before her closeup, “Bianka was humming the song the whole time.”
"We killed this," Ionescu added in her own post, adding a crying with laughter emoji.
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Bianka’s latest TikTok appearance comes about two months after she last crashed one of Natalia’s videos.
In April, while Natalia was was making a TikTok with two of her cousins to Camp Rock‘s “We Rock,” Bianka surprised her family members by sliding into frame in the middle of their dance.
As Bianka danced on her own, her big sister and cousins stood in disbelief in the background, before clapping and cheering her on. “Little sister. Bianka Bella ❤️BB Kiddo 😊,” Vanessa, 38, captioned the clip.
"I wanted my boo boo's @kobebryant sweet message transferred on me," she wrote in the caption for one series of videos, in which tattoo artist Nikko Hurtado inked a spot on her neck. Vanessa later noted that she received the tattoos back in February.
In response to the social media share, Hurtado wrote, “Truly honored to give you something to keep with you my friend. 🙏🏼.”
Earlier this month, Vanessa commemorated what would have been Gianna's eighth-grade graduation.
"Congratulations on your 8th grade graduation Gigi. I love you forever and always. I’m so proud of you. ❤️, Mommy #classof2020," Vanessa wrote in an Instagram post on June 5, posting a photo of a diploma from Harbor Day School, which was covered in white flowers.