Vanessa and Kobe Bryant's daughters are TikTok stars!
In the video, shared on Ionescu's Instagram Story and TikTok account, the three Bryant girls adorably smiled and clapped their hands alongside the athlete to Sean Paul's "Temperature."
"Saturdayzz," Ionescu wrote on the video, tagging Natalia.
In another video, Vanessa, 38, shared a laugh with Ionescu as the pair struggled to help each other get out of Bianka's pink Range Rover toy car. At one point, Capri walked over while Vanessa and Ionescu continued to crack up over their antics.
"@Vanessabryant thanks for the help," Ionescu captioned the sweet video with two emojis.
Vanessa's daughters previously starred in a TikTok video with Ionescu back in June — during which Bianka stole the show, much to the amusement of the others.
“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.
Last month, Vanessa shared a heartfelt post on Instagram to celebrate what would have been Kobe's 42nd birthday. The late NBA star and the couple's second-oldest daughter Gianna, 13, died in a tragic January helicopter crash.
"I miss your big hugs, your kisses, your smile, your loud ass deep laugh. I miss teasing you, making you laugh and bursting your bubble. I miss you sitting on my lap like my big baby that you are," she wrote. "I think about your tenderness and patience all the time. I think about everything you would do in situations to help me deal with everything thrown my way."
"God I miss you both so much," she added. "Our lives feel so empty without you and Gigi. I've been completely broken inside. As much as I want to cry, I put a smile on my face to make our daughters days shine a little brighter. I'm not the strong one, they are. They're strong and resilient. I'm sure you're proud of them. They put a smile on my face every day."
On Jan. 26, Kobe, Gianna and seven others were killed in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California. The crash also claimed the lives of 13-year-old Payton Chester, Sarah Chester, 46, 14-year-old Alyssa Altobelli, Keri Altobelli, 46, John Altobelli, 56, Christina Mauser, 38, and the helicopter's pilot Ara Zobayan, 50.