Alexis Ohanian is the co-founder of one of the most popular social media platforms in the world, but he doesn't mind if people only know him as Serena Williams' husband. The entrepreneur expressed his sentiments on Twitter after a fan said Ohanian never seems to worry about simply being labeled as Williams' spouse.

"I love how you don't mind that they call you Serena Williams' husband," the Twitter user said.

Responding to the fan, the Reddit co-founder said it will always stay that way and that it's not a problem at all.

"l'll be a self-made billionaire one day and most people will still know me as Serena's husband (or Olympia's dad) and that's fine by me," he said.

When he later posted a screenshot of the Twitter conversation on Instagram, Ohanian boasted about his title as a father to Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr.

"TBH I'm hoping to be known as Olympia Ohanian's papa," he wrote.

Ohanian and Williams have proven themselves to be the epitome of a power couple, tackling several ventures together and inspiring the world with the love they show for each other. 

In one of the many heartwarming moments the couple shared together, the Reddit co-founder pulled off an epic surprise when his wife returned to the tennis court in 2018 after an extended absence. As Blavity previously reported, the surprise featured four billboards on a Palm Springs highway that read "Greatest Momma Of All Time, G.M.O.A.T."

The billboards also included pictures of their daughter Alexis.

Williams expressed her view on love when she spoke in an interview with Bumble earlier this month. 

"I learned that love is an amazing feeling, and if you have an opportunity to feel it, then it's a special thing," the tennis superstar said. "Marriage is not bliss, but it can be if you work at it."

Williams and Ohanian are also making sure that their daughter is a core part of the dynamic team. Last year, their 3-year-old became the proud owner of a stake in the Los Angeles National Women’s Soccer League franchise, as Blavity previously reported.

The child's multi-talented father, who is a lead founding investor in the franchise, said he's excited to bring women's soccer to the city and wants the team to be a part of his daughter's future.