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.
VH1′s much-anticipated new reality TV series Tiny & Shekinah Weave Trip premiered last night. Click the link below if you missed it.
Confused transsexual blogger Funky Dineva (and I use the term ‘blogger’ loosely) claims he knows someone who “overheard” rapper T.I.‘s sister Precious telling someone else that T.I. and his wife, Tameka “Tiny” Harris, are only together for the sake of their reality show and family.
Local entrepreneur Shekinah Jo is making major business moves with her bestie Tameka “Tiny” Harris. In addition to owning her own thriving hair weave business and salon, Shekinah stars with Tiny in a new VH1 spinoff titled Tiny & Shekinah’s Weave Trip. VH1′s cameras follows the two besties as they roam the country fixing hair weave disasters that they encounter. Shekinah recently updated her Instagram page with these new photos taken by celebrity photographer Derek Blanks.
Yesterday, Beautiful Textures, Pynk Mag and Rich Girl Candy joined together rap mogul T.I. “Tip” Harris to honor entrepreneur and former Xscape lead singer Tameka “Tiny” Harris during The BET Hip Hop Awards Power Brunch at the Oceanaire Seafood Room in Atlanta. The successful event was marketed by Atlanta’s own Nicole Garner, owner and founder of The Garner Circle Public Relations firm.
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Business woman and busy mom Tameka Harris was seen chatting on her cell phone while walking to her limo in Times Square in New York City on Tuesday. Tameka, 39, and her husband rap mogul Tip “T.I.” Harris, 33, are executive producers of their hit TV series T.I. & Tiny: Family Hustle.
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