Ayesha Curry delighted fans after she shared a super-cute video of her two-year-old son, Canon, wishing her followers "happy holidays" by rapping!
The stylish tot – who looked adorable rocking a top knot – stole the show as he joined his mum and dad, Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry, at the Christmas with The Curry’s charity food and toy distribution in Alameda, CA, earlier this week.
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In the clip posted to Instagram, Canon is strapped to his mum's back as he sings along to the music being played in the background, rapping the words "Happy holidays" along to the rhythm.
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Captioning the sweet clip, Ayesha wrote: "Happy Holidays from Canon Jack."
Fans loved the adorable toddler's musicality, with one commenting: "He’s just so full of JOY! This kid is so adorable." A second wrote: "Too cute! Happy Holidays to you as well little guy!" A third added: "Look at Canon man so inspirational, love you guys."
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During the event, Ayesha and Steph – who co-founded the Eat. Learn. Play. Foundation – donated thousands of books to schools around Oakland, California.
"We along with our entire team at Eat. Learn. Play. understand the importance of early childhood education, especially when it comes to literacy," the couple told People in a statement.
Ayesha shares three children with her husband Steph Curry
"Nothing is more basic, more essential, more foundational, or more important to a child’s success in life than the ability to read well.
"We know there is a lot of work to be done, but with partners like Literati, we're hopeful that we will be able to make an impact on these children's lives."
Alongside Canon, the couple also share daughters Ryan Carson, five, and Riley, eight.
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