The rapper is often seen with his youngest, daughter Chanel, but the family was joined by his older children for the special dinner together
Ice-T is enjoying family time with all three of his kids.
"❤️❤️❤️," the Law and Order: SVU actor commented.
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Last month, Ice-T and his family were joined by Austin's relatives on a big family trip to Disneyland.
As a rapper who caught flack from parents for his own controversial lyrics, Ice-T often faces the question, "Does your kid listen to you? Because you do hardcore rap."
He told PEOPLE last year, "The key to having kids is having parental guidance — not necessarily parental control, but guidance to help them understand what it is."
"My daughter was listening to 2 Live Crew and whatnot. My son used to sing Wu-Tang Clan without saying motherf---er, and it was amazing," the Hip-Hop Treasures co-host shared. "He'd sing, 'Bring the ruckus, bring the mother-mother ruckus.'"
He continued, "I just felt like it's all rock. And when you talk, it's kind of like they grow up with you and you share that common bond which is beautiful. It's beautiful."
The rapper also told PEOPLE about how he feels about commenters criticizing his parenting online.
"It's fun and she likes doing it. If she didn't, we definitely wouldn't do it," he said of Chanel's participation on social media. "When Chanel was born, we got her social media because we knew that we were gonna be the parents that were gonna show a hundred pictures of their kid because we were proud."
"I didn't want to put it all on my page, because then I'd be that dad that's always showing pictures of his kids," he laughed. "So we said got her a page that way if people want to watch our child grow, they can. We're not afraid of anything happening. People will say, ‘don’t show her face.’ We're not concerned with that."
"We just feel like we're sharing something that makes us happy," he leveled. "Now, at some point, Chanel might say 'Daddy or Mommy, I don't want to be on social media' and we'll stop. But she's a normal kid. She wants to do her TikToks and her Reels."
Even when Ice-T and Coco aren't appearing in the clips, "we watch everything and post everything."
"We do our parenting," he said. " I think the thing of it is, it's Ice-T and Coco. Our parenting is a lot different than the normal, square couple from Oklahoma. I'm a f---ing rock star, it’s different."
"We’re like the Osbournes," he continued. "We have a different dynamic in our house. But it's not harmful. That's the main thing. It's us."
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