T. I. Supposedly Serves Tameka "Tiny" Harris Divorce Papers Of His Own

HipHop News Posted on July 13, 2017 at 6:50am

T. I. Supposedly Serves Tameka "Tiny" Harris Divorce Papers Of His Own

Things are getting more ugly.

Atlanta, GA – The dissolution of T. I. and Tiny Harris ' six years of marriage, that has gone to worse. The patriarch of the Harris family has impacted on their matriarch with a countersuit seeking a divorce, the Tip allegedly filed at the same time that his ex-wife. Although the details are unknown, he is supposedly in search of their own terms of the divorce judgment.

Small claims their marriage is "irretrievably broken without hope of reconciliation" in December of last year. The Xscape member is the pursuit of child support, alimony, and a uniform distribution of the co-ownership.

Although many people in the Hip Hop community viewed the Harris family as a model of unity based on the popular television series VH1 T. I & Tiny: The Family Hustle, T. I. and Tiny's relationship was rumored to be on the rocks for a while. Things got even more intense publicly when photos and videos emerged of Small dance with T. I.'s last enemy Floyd Mayweather in a Halloween party.

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During a recent episode of The Windy Williams show, the Small opened up about the divorce and he called Mayweather a friend.

"I was not on it, Wendy," Small said. "Actually, I was already dancing. We are friends. There has never been anything extra with me and Floyd. Never. But I've been knowing Floyd for a long time. It is a good-looking, but they have never been anything other than a friendship."

Small is seeking primary physical custody and joint legal custody of their three children, and also wants the judge to determine the amount of child support, visitation, and health insurance of your soon-to-be ex-husband has to pay.

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