'You Will Always Be MY GIRL,' Tiny Harris Pays Tribute to Her Late Sister-in-Law Precious Harris
Tiny Harris, the wife of rapper and actor T.I., took to Instagram to pay tribute to her sister-in-law, Precious Harris, who passed away recently.
Unfortunately, Precious had been in a coma for a week after being involved in a serious car crash. Reportedly, her vehicle struck a pole, which triggered an asthma attack. On February 22, she died in a hospital in Atlanta aged 66.
Tiny’s tribute was a short clip showing Precious and more members of their family together in what seemed to be a party posing together and holding little cups. Even though the clip was touching, the most striking aspect of the post was the caption.
The singer set clear that nobody would be like Precious and that everyone loved her as soon as they met her. She added that both of them had an extraordinary relationship as Precious was who Tiny called when she wanted to get things off her chest.
“Glad I came & sat with you & shared my feelings & had a few laughs before u transition to an Angel. We gone celebrate you & all our great memories of u for the rest of our lives!!” [sic] pointed out Tiny.
As soon as she uploaded that clip, her followers took to the comment section to share their condolences and to set clear that they were praying for the Harris family.
Tiny is not the only member of the family who paid tribute to Precious after her passing, though. T.I. posted a photo of his sister with a beautiful message saying that the lady would always have a special place in everybody’s heart.
The rapper admitted to being a lucky man because she was his sister. Finally, he said that Precious helped him become his “best self” and that he couldn’t have done it without her.
PRECIOUS’ DAUGHTER’S TRIBUTE
Precious’ daughter, Kamaya Chapman, also took to social media to share a touching tribute expressing how heartbroken she felt.
“From my bestfriend on earth to My beautiful angel in heaven. Mama girl you know ima miss you…. I love you so much. I’m so heartbroken but the way you looked so @ peace this past week has confirmed that you are resting… no more asthma attacks… damn but baby I am going to miss you,” [sic] wrote Kamaya.
Apart from being T.I.’s older sister, Precious was a regular guest on the family’s latest reality show “T.I. & Tiny: Friends and Family Hustle,” which is why she was so popular. She is survived by her three children – Kamaya, Avis Chapman-Reese, and Kareem “Plug” Chapman.