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Olympia and Qai Qai get their own Snapchat filter
Published Sep 02, 2018
At the age of one, Serena Williams' daughter, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr., is already a legitimate celebrity.
Need proof? Snapchat made a custom filter featuring Olympia and her doll Qai Qai.
Qai Qai, for the uninitiated, is Olympia's daughter, and Serena's granddaughter. Qai Qai is famous because Olympia, still a baby herself, is notoriously bad at taking care of her.
In the video above, Olympia drops Qai Qai twice, once at 0:53, and again at 1:11.
Because of Olympia's poor parenting, Serena often has to pull double duty, taking care of both her daughter and her granddaughter, she explained in Cincinnati:
Serena has made her way into Week 2 at the US Open with straight set wins over Magda Linette, Carina Witthoeft and Venus Williams, on top of a three-set battle over Kaia Kanepi on Sunday.
The 36-year-old will next face Karolina Pliskova in the quarterfinals.
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