Iman Shumpert and Teyana Taylor’s oldest daughter, Iman Tayla Shumpert Jr., is making waves and inspiring her generation. The youngster recently took the stage at her mom’s “Something In The Water” concert, which was nothing short of brave.

Iman Tayla ran out to meet thousands who were waiting for her to perform. The youngster closed her eyes to sing with her heart and soul to the adoration of the crowd. “To all kids out there, FEAR is not real. Big Bug,” Iman Shumpert said. The proud dad shared a video clip of his oldest daughter taking the stage that was loved by Kandi Burruss and other celebrities.

“Keep doing it big,” NFL agent Ron Butler said. “I remember when shorty was in a stroller,” WaveGod shared. “Now she’s a whole star,” the fan declared.

Iman Tayla Shumpert Jr. is Iman Shumpert and Teyana Taylor’s bold and vibrant child. The youngster entered the world with boldness as Teyana gave birth to her daughter on the restroom floor of the family’s home in 2015. Iman Tayla was also the center of attraction on her family’s Reality TV show, We Got Love Teyana & Iman. Some accused the youngster of being too sassy.

“In parenthood I had to learn that like there’s no such thing as a perfect parent,” Teyana told the press during an interview in which she discussed how she responds to those who believe she and Iman do not discipline their oldest daughter enough. “It’s not really like a right or wrong,” Taylor added. “You just learn.”

Teyana Taylor and Iman Shumpert made Iman Tayla a big sister, Rue Rose, in 2020. The youngster’s parents welcomed their second child in the bathroom of their home just as Teyana and Iman welcomed Iman Tayla five years prior. Rue Rose celebrates her second birthday in September. Iman Tayla turns 7-years-old in December.

Photo: Teyana Taylor/Instagram


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