By the looks of things, Erica Dixon is raising a shrewd little businesswoman — her teen daughter, Emani Richardson, whom she shares with ex Lil Scrappy.
The mother of three runs several companies along with her appearance on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta and is as independent as they come.
Recently, Emani revealed that the apple did not fall too far from the tree by posting a message where she said her page is open for business and shared the prices for people who want to advertise.
With more than 175,000 followers, Emani is ready to make some coins. While many fans applauded her, a few critics also stepped in.
One person said: “Smh here all of you go trying to get money from the people when your dad a whole celebrity ik you not struggling that hard 😂😂😂😂 ijs.”
Many defended her.
A backer wrote: “You don’t know what @official_emanii struggle is just because @reallilscrappy is a celebrity doesn’t mean anything BEING BLACK is a struggle we all struggle in our way Scrappy was in a whole Accident almost lost is life, so that’s a struggle that was nobody but God so don’t judge a book by its cover.💯💯”
This defender said: “What’s wrong with making your own money 😩 I can tell your daddy must don’t have any lol girl bye. At least she is honest- don’t knock the hustle. Most try gimmicks of having you following three people and follow everyone they are following, which is almost over 1,000 (each), and then you have to send money via cash app that you won’t get back. At least let you know straight up- “these are my prices and services- don’t like it- 👋🏽
Another supporter claimed: “Maybe someone should’ve influenced you to become an entrepreneur at an early age! Congrats emanii that’s dope lil mama. You’re a sad excuse of a person coming at a child @official_emanii for wanting to be independent and make her own money, and I applaud her parents @msericadixon @reallilscrappy for instilling that in their daughter. You need to grow TF up and get off this Girl’s post‼️”
This fan said: “I can’t believe grown-ass people are talking down on a child’s hustle. People out here selling drinks and dinners, so what’s the difference. Smh, I wish somebody would if that was my child.”
This Instagrammer chimed in: “Girl make your money hunni; nothing is wrong with you wanting to start your financial independence!! Haters are EVERYWHERE! So let them hate! Sometimes a no response is the best response! 😘💖”
The teenager is trying to win on her own.