Ti's Wife Tameka 'Tiny' Harris Dances in Tight Black Outfit and Shows off Fit Figure (Video)
Tameka 'Tiny' Harris from 'T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle' showed off sensual dance moves as she to part in the "Marriot Challenge" in a black outfit to promote Lyrica Anderson's new song.
T.I.'s wife Tameka "Tiny" Harris has a long list of credits in songwriting and records released that have earned success on the Hip Hop and R&B charts.
From being a member of the 1990's sensation, "Xscape" to co-writing TLC's hit song "No Scrubs," it's safe to say that she has an ear for good music.
Recently, she took part in the "Marriott Challenge" in support of the newly released song, "Marriott" by her friend and "Love and Hip Hop" star Lyrica Anderson.
Tameka was dressed in an all-black outfit with gold hoop earrings as she showed off sexy dance move to the new song. In her caption, she encouraged people to stream the song.
Tiny's oldest daughter Zonnique Pullins is following in her famous parents' footsteps in the music business with the release of her new single "Winner."
In an interview with Hollywood Life, she admitted that she values her mother's professional opinion over her music with high regard.
"I do really appreciate her input because she's been there from the beginning. She's watched me grow. So her opinion is always very valid to me."
The Harris family has another star in their four-year-old daughter, Heiress Harris, who has been obsessing with dancing to the latest song on social media. In a caption, Tiny revealed:
"Heiress don't play about her Tik Toks! She was teaching daddy @troubleman31 the moves!"
Turning to music has helped pass the time under quarantine for Tiny, who told Hollywood Life that she is enjoying watching a lot of crime shows in her spare time.
Her downtime comes amid backlash she faced in May for hosting a Cinco De Mayo party at her home. Tiny responded to the criticisms and explained that her gathering only consisted of eight people.
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