Tameka "Tiny" Harris Breaks the Silence About the Divorce And the T. I. of the Relationship With Bernice Burgos
Small shared an assortment of tea on "The Wendy Williams Show".
Tameka "Tiny" Harris appeared to be in his more sincere this week on The Wendy Williams Show as she talked about her pending divorce from T. I., the rapper from Atlanta relationship with model Bernice Burgos, and their own relationship with the boxer Floyd Mayweather.
The Xscape singer confirmed that the reality TV on the fact of "putting a bit of pressure" on her relationship with T. I. since "keeps the people in your business." The two appeared on VH1 "T. I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle" reality show " for six seasons, the last of which is airing now.
Despite rumors of an alleged relationship between T. I. and Bernice Burgos, Small revealed that the rapper is not with the de Burgos. The singer has also added that Burgos, who is referred to as someone "who comes and goes," had no involvement with his divorce from T. I.
According to Young, his only problem with Burgos came when the model provides inappropriate comment about his marriage in the video uploaded to Instagram.
"He is not with her, in the first place," Small said. "And she had nothing to do with what was going on with us before, anyway. We were already going through everything that we went through. She just came into the picture after you have filed the divorce complaint. And the only problem I have with it is ... Someone made a comment about it on my page. I said what I said. She answered. That's great.
"But then returns with another video, speaking in my marriage, which is a no-no," she added. "And then he comes back with the final video, singing my song. And I feel like the 'Good, now keep coming" ... I went to him as, 'no one knows his place? It is supposed to be quiet.' Every woman who is not the one you know that you supposed to be in silence."
Tiny later confirmed that, despite a video of her dancing with the boxer Floyd Mayweather at a party for Mariah Carey, the two are just friends.
"I was not on it, Wendy. In reality, I was already dancing," Small said.