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Tip "T.I." Harris revealed what many women don't want to admit: that they don't want a man who isn't desired by other women.

"Them women don't really want a man who ain't got no b*tches," he said during his ExpediTIously podcast. "That's what attract you to that ni**a 'cause he had b*tches, that energy, that misogyny you speak so poorly of."

Despite having an open marriage, T.I., 40, has been accused of stepping out on his long-suffering wife, Tameka "Tiny" Harris, 45, on multiple occasions.

T.I. implies that his wife tolerates his rampant cheating because deep down inside she's okay with the fact that other women desire her man.

Two years ago, Tameka moved into a midtown Atlanta apartment to weigh her options. She eventually moved back home to her husband.

Question: Do you want a man that no woman wants - or a man who is desired by other women?
 

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Rapper Tip "T.I." Harris has discovered a breakthrough treatment in the race to find a cure for Covid-19.

Dr. Tip shared his advice for curing Covid-19 during an interview with Complex News' 360, hosted by Speedy Norman.

During a discussion about about Atlanta's "one hundred percent wide open" nightclub scene, the 40-year-old record label owner said he's taken 13 Covid-19 tests and the results were all normal.

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Explaining why he and his wife, Tameka "Tiny" Harris, attended his LIBRA album release party last week without masks on, Tip said: "I just refuse to live in fear."

The father-of-7 said he boosts his immune system to defend against Covid.

T.I. said his wife Tiny has antibodies to the virus. She caught the virus and "fought it off and did not give it to me."

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He added: "If I can be as close as I've been to my wife, she had it, developed antibodies and fought it off and I still didn't catch it, I think I'll be okay in a club."

As for his breakthrough Covid-19 treatment: T.I. said he drinks warm tea three times a day to keep the Covid away.

After doing his own research, he discovered that Covid starts in the throat before it travels to the lungs.

"If you catch it while it's still in the throat and you drink warm liquids, the warm liquid wash it down to the stomach where the stomach acids then kill it."

He believes people are dying from pre-existing conditions, "not necessarily from the virus."

FYI: While tea and warm liquid do nothing to cure a virus, T.I. and other anti-maskers prove that the coronavirus is not as deadly or as contagious as the "experts" claim.

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Over the weekend, the King of the South, Tip "T.I." Harris celebrated his 40th birthday at a private dinner in Atlanta.

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T.I. celebrated with his faithful wife Tameka "Tiny" Harris. pictured with her pregnant daughter Zonnique.

According to Talkingwithtami.com, Tiny, 45, wore an off white Alex Perry satin crepe portrait twist cape sleeve dress from the Spring 2020 Collection.

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Tiny, pictured here with La La Anthony, accessorized her outfit with Rene Caovilla sandals and a bejeweled Rich And Delicious Candy Bar Clutch by Judith Leiber Couture, which retails for $3,995 at Bergdorf Goodman.

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Party planner Hannah Kang (left) poses with Tameka "Tiny" Harris. Hannah, co-founder of event planning firm MusicBusinessPolitics, organized the event and designed the decor.

Family and close friends who attended the party were tested for COVID-19. Most partygoers declined to wear face masks.

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Atlanta is wide open as the coronavirus fades after the city achieved herd immunity before any other city. Atlantans simply refused to stay locked indoors until after the elections. They know that herd immunity cannot be achieved successfully if they wear masks and stay locked inside.

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Former singer-turned-reality TV star Tameka "Tiny" Harris has relaunched her talk show, The Mix.

The talk show is described as a "high energy, live millennial/Gen Z, mixed gender
talk show, where no topic is off limits.

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The show will relaunch on Tuesday, October 6, at 7pm PT / 10pm ET on Fox Soul and will air each subsequent Tuesday night.

Produced by industry powerhouse Tameka 'Tiny' Harris, and hosted by daughter Zonnique, Romeo Miller, Anton Peeples (Mr. Mom), newcomer Jamie DuBose, and Jazz Anderson (TV personality & rapper), with four-time Emmy-nominated producer, Jill King (Rachael Ray, The Real, Steve Harvey, Red Table Talk) as Executive Producer and Showrunner. It's must watch TV.

Topics on The Mix range from Black Lives Matter, current affairs, dating apps, viral trends, to breaking news for the culture, and husband T.I.'s latest brush with the law.

Featured A-list guests include Snoop Dogg, T.I., Lil' Yachty, Kandi Burruss and Sukihana, just to name a few.

Anyone can view The Mix on Fox Soul, which is available via iOS, Android, Apple TV, FireTV, YouTube/FoxSoul, Samsung Plus, Fox Now, Roku, Tubi, Xumo, CaffeineTV or on the web at foxsoul.tv.
 

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R&B singer Tameka "Tiny" Harris clapped back at internet trolls who criticized her daughter, Zonnique Pullins, for falling pregnant out of wedlock.

The 24-year-old Pisces surprised her parents with the announcement that she's expecting a baby girl with her rapper boyfriend, Bandhunta Izzy. But not everyone was happy about the news.

Critics jumped on social media to point out the mom-to-be isn't married to her child's father, real name Israel James.

Now her mom is fighting back, insisting she wasn't married when she fell pregnant with her first child, Zonnique, who "turned out fine".

Tameka reminded her critics that Zonnique was a good girl who never embarrassed her family.

"Zonnique is a very well-rounded woman," Tameka tells PageSix. "She's not fast. She's not doing nothing no different than most women or her peers out there.

Tameka, 45, fell pregnant with Zonnique when she was a member of the girl group Xscape.

"I did not struggle. I was out there getting my money. I mean, I had a baby father but we weren't married and I lived a great life. Zonnique lived a great life; she did not want for anything."

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Rapper Tip "T.I." Harris, 39, helped raise Zonnique, aka Nique Nique, since she was a toddler. Zonnique and her biological father, Zonnie "Zebo" Pullins, are very close. She honored both of her dads on Father's Day.

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Tip "T.I." Harris's stepdaughter, singer Zonnique Pullins, is about to make the hip-hop star a grandfather at age 39.

The 24-year-old Pisces, whose mother is former Xscape co-founder Tameka 'Tiny' Harris, is said to be expecting her first child with her boyfriend, rapper Bandhunta Izzy, and she did little to silence the rumors during a weekend Instagram Live session.

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Zonnique, aka Nique Nique, kept the camera zoomed in on her face, and told fans bombarding her with questions about her alleged pregnancy that she didn't owe them any answers.

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"I wanna be on my Nicki Minaj s**t. Not on motherf**king Live (Instagram) answering to y'all like I got to," she responded.

Her reference to rapper Nicki Minaj left viewers convinced she had all but confirmed her pregnancy, as the "Anaconda" hitmaker recently went public with her first pregnancy after dodging baby questions for months.

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Tiny, 45, and 39-year-old T.I., who helped to raise Zonnique from the age of five, have yet to comment on the pregnancy speculation.

Nique has four brothers named Messiah, King, Major and Domani, and two sisters named Deyjah and Heiress. A third sister, Laiyah, was stillborn.

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Zonnique maintains a close relationship with her biological father Zonnie "Zebo" Pullins, who is a constant presence in her life. She honored both of her dads on Father's Day.

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Zonnique, right, is best known as a singer and dancer in the group OMG Girlz (2009-2015) alongside members Bahja "Beauty" Rodriguez, left, and Breaunna "Baby Doll" Womack, center, who replaced Bahja's younger sister Lourdes Rodriguez in the group.

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Tameka "Tiny" Harris showed off her summertime body in a green bikini top with matching shorts on her Instagram page.

She captioned the image: "Real a$$ Rich a$$ bitch from the south!!! 7/14 season thx to my 1st @zonniquejailee for my CC shoes..I love that girl!!"

Tiny posted the image in celebration of her 45th birthday tomorrow (July 14). Tiny doesn't look a day over 35 in this photos.

Happy birthday, Tiny!
 

Tiny also posted a photo of a luxury car filled with shopping bags. With 40% unemployment in the United States, Tiny hasn't let the coronavirus slow her down! What do you think of Tiny's new hairstyle?
 

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Harder than a lot of u ni$$as! ???

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Rapper Tip "T.I." Harris and his wife Tameka 'Tiny' Harris enjoyed a late dinner date at Craig's in West Hollywood. Tiny took extra precautions against COVID-19 as she is seen rocking a mask while TI opted to go mask-free.
 

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NFL star Odell Beckham Jr gets frisky with girlfriend Lauren Wood while leaving a star-studded birthday party at "Love 40" in West Hollywood.
 

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Lamar Odom and Sabrina Parr are spotted out for a walk in Palm Beach, FL. Lamar is spending some time at Hippocrates Health Institute, a wellness center spread over 55 acres. The former Laker who appears to have turned his life around and embarked on a wellness journey since he started dating Sabrina, looked happy as he posed with his fiancé in front of the center.

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A racist employee at a restaurant was shamed by Tameka "Tiny" Harris for discriminating against a Black boy for wearing a t-shirt and shorts.

In a video re-posted by Tameka, a white restaurant employee tells a Black woman she can't eat in the establishment because her minor son is not in compliance with the dress code.

The woman points out a white boy - about the same age as her son - who is also wearing a t-shirt and shorts with white sneakers.

The employee says tennis shoes are allowed but not an athletic shirt or shorts.

"Are you telling me the little boy who just ate here does not have on an athletic shirt?" the woman asks the employee.

The employee responds, "I'm sorry, I would love for you to come back and eat here."

Tameka captioned the video: "A bunch of B.S period!! Really [middle finger icon] this restaurant!!"
 

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Really ?? this restaurant ???

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Tameka "Tiny" Harris thanked her husband of 10 years, rapper Tip "T.I." Harris in a Father's Day post on Instagram on Monday.

The 44-year-old mother-of-5 thanked her main man for their combined 8 children, writing:

"I wanna thank you for our Amazing blended family. My Luvs Messiah, Domani, Deyjah to our 4 babies King, Leiah, Major, Heiress to my kid u loved & took care of as your own Zonnique!! The best parts of my life!! Happy Father’s Day to my man... I love U Big Daddy."

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Tiny's followers were impressed that Tiny remains faithful to her man after the well-publicized drama in their lives over the years. But he's a good provider to his blended brood.

In another post, Tiny also paid tribute to her late father, Charles "Speedy" Pope, who passed away in 2013.

"Hey good looking fella!! Happy Heavenly Father’s Day! My creator!! My twin!! Miss u dearly! #SpeedyWasTheMan ... #WhereIGetItAllFrom ... #StaightFromAuburnAve.”