According to an online report, popular black sorority groups, AKAs and Deltas are upset with rapper T.I.‘s wife, Tameka “Tiny” Harris for falsely misrepresenting herself as an official member of their sororities.
UPDATE: Tiny responded on Twitter.
AKA member, @notcarriebradshaw, tweeted: “I don’t think anyone was hating. We work really hard to earn the right to throw up that sign hence it comes off as disrespect… although I’m sure that wasn’t her intention.”
Don’t ask rap mogul T.I. to comment on his wife’s ongoing dependence on cosmetic surgery. In addition to a laundry list of cosmetic procedures in recent years, Tameka Harris, 39, recently received iris implants to permanently change the color of her eyes from brown to ice gray.
When asked to comment on his wife’s latest surgery in a radio interview, T.I. politely deferred all questions to his wife.
Reality TV stars Tameka Harris and her sidekick Shekinah Jo stopped by the set of The Real to promote their spin-off reality TV show, Tiny & Shekinah’s Weave Trip. The show is popular in the ratings — not surprisingly due to the fact that black women of all ages wear hair weave to cover their own African hair.
Talk show Guru Wendy Williams was very critical of Tameka “Tiny” Harris‘ new colored iris implants. Miss Wendy did not approve.
Last week, rumors spread wildly that former Xscape singer and reality TV star Tameka “Tiny” Harris flew to Tunisia to undergo a controversial cosmetic procedure to permanently change her eye color.
Rap mogul T.I. aka Tip stopped by daytime TV talk show ‘The Real’ to promote his new album, Paperwork, which is in stores and on iTunes now.
In last night’s episode of VH1’s Tiny & Shekinah’s Weave Trip, the unbeweaveable duo and their tricked out mobile hair salon make a pit stop in Jackson, MS, where they meet a group of high school dancers trying to earn money to travel to Atlanta for a dance competition. A hastily arranged dance-off between Tiny‘s team and Shekinah‘s team earns the girls $5,000. Tiny generously chips in another $3,000 to help the girls reach their goal.
Watch more family fun after the break.