How cute is this little guy?!
Proud papa Tyga took to Instagram on Wednesday to share an adorable shot with his 2-year-old little boy, King Cairo Stevenson, from the father-son duo's fun-filled trip to Disneyland.
The 25-year-old rapper, who has one child with ex Blac Chyna, adding a heartwarming caption to the pic, expressing his unconditional love for his mini-me.
"I grew up never knowing my father. Always wanted that father son bond but never got it," he wrote. "I knew when king was born that was Gods way of talking to me. Words can't describe what he means to me. #RealLove."
That wasn't the only pic Tyga posted from the pair's trip to the Happiest Place on Earth. He also shared a sweet selfie, an image of his son meeting Mickey Mouse and an aww-worthy video of the two driving race cars.
"The Future," he captioned one shot with his son.
Tyga has previously spoken out about the perks of fatherhood, and it's clear the musician loves being a dad. "It definitely matured me a lot and made me appreciate life a little bit more," he previously said of fatherhood back in 2013.
The adorable image of Tyga and his son comes just five days after the recording artist, who has been repeatedly linked to Kylie Jenner, fueled the romance rumors surrouding the pair with a telling Instagram post.
"Certain things catch your eye, but only few capture the heart," the rapper captioned a photo of the 17-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star.
Most recently, Tyga opened up about his relationship with Jenner in a radio interview, saying it's "nobody's business" whether or not the two are dating.
"Whether if I tell the world that I love her or I don't, it's gonna be me to dictate that, and how I want to keep my friendship and relationship with her," he said. "I feel like it doesn't matter what the world thinks. If you're around somebody, and you love being around that person, that's all that matters. I don't feel like what anybody could say would change that… how I feel for her as a person… She's just a good person, she's got great energy."