7 Reasons Tablo and Daughter Haru are Perfect Together
By Staff Writer | December 14, 2013 02:18 AM EST
I can't get enough of Tablo and his gorgeous daughter Haru. Why? Because they are the most adorable father/daughter pairing in the entire world. They have this almost friendship relationship that's really fascinating to watch where Tablo is like the cool older brother trying to please his younger, more intelligent friend. Does anyone else get that feel? Let's take a look at 7 reasons why Tablo and Haru are the perfect pair!
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Haru tells it like it is. When Tablo asked her if she wanted to leave the hospital, her response was, "Nah, I'd rather stay here." When he then prompted the next suggestion to go somewhere more fun, her answer was "Aiight." Her swagged out, independent woman self then gets into the car and jams out to 2NE1's "I Love You" while her dad talks about dinner plans.
Haru keeps it real when Tablo asks who she prefers more-mom or dad?
When Tablo puts on headphones to let Haru hear his new jams, she honestly gives her critique and says, "it's too noisy!"
She dances to Crayon Pop's "Bar Bar Bar" like a pro and Tablo thinks it's the cutest/funniest thing he's ever seen in his life.
They take adorable selfies together.
I think it would be amazing for any parent to see their kid do something they were never taught and to watch Tablo be completely impressed by his daughter's dance moves to f(x)'s "Electric Shock" is entirely endearing. Do we have a future K-pop star on our hands?
Watching Haru treat Tukutz's baby with such love was possibly the cutest thing I've ever witnessed in my life.
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