Tameka ‘Tiny’ Harris and Toya Wright spent a color coordinated night chillaxin at Club XS last Sunday evening (June 14, 2015).
The ladies arrived together for what seemed like girl’s night out, as Fabolous, Meek Mill and more partied at the Atlanta area hot spot.
Tiny’s hubby T.I. was an unexpected guest as he breezed through the club a few hours after Tiny & Toya’s arrival.
The ‘Family Hustle’ couple have been putting on a united front for the sake of their family oriented reality show, but as you know, word on the curb is that they’ve been still living separately for months now (click HERE to view Tiny’s new home).
Whatever the case, it’s clear from this selection of photos that the pair can definitely co-exist and are great at ‘playing nice’ for the cameras.
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Ambassador Andrew Young playfully poses with former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield during Young’s 83rd birthday celebration Sunday evening (May 17, 2015).
“I don’t think I’m going to blow out any candles,” the youthful Young quipped during a brief interview just before the event, held at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis and benefiting the Andrew J. Young Foundation.
“I’ve got a few more things on my bucket list. Enough to keep me going another 20 years.”
In addition to the guest of honor and his wife Carolyn Young (pictured above as they share a kiss), guests included Mayor Kasim Reed and his wife Sara Langford-Reed, Clifford “T.I.” Harris, Jr., film director Ava Duvernay (SELMA), Martin Luther King III, Keri Hilson, Evander Holyfield, Ludacris‘ wife Eudoxie Fabiola Agnan Bridges, comedian Chris Tucker and fiancée Cynne Simpson, Lyfe Jennings, Ryan & Marsha Glover and many more.
Photos from Young’s 83rd birthday extravaganza below… Continue Reading…
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What’s beef? A prime example would be when Clifford ‘T.I.’ Harris and Floyd Mayweather were battling in a Vegas Fatburger over Tip’s wife, Tameka ‘Tiny’ Harris, but it seems the two may have finally made amends.
[FLASHBACK: Did Her or Didn’t He? Floyd Mayweather Kinda Sorta Admits He Smashed Tiny… (VIDEO)]
T.I. hit the ‘gram’ Saturday night with a post congratulating Mayweather on his win against Manny Pacquiao with the hashtag #NeverBeenAHater.
[Sidebar: T.I. and Tiny are reportedly residing seperately after Tiny purchased her own mansion (click HERE if you missed that), so now may be the perfect time to forgive and forget.]
The rapper’s instagram post was also met with a prompt reply from Mayweather.
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I’m not a big basketball fan but I always support the hometeam and speaking of which, the Atlanta Hawks recently released a promotional video featuring several of your favorite A-Town celebs.
Janelle Monae, Kandi Burruss, Ludacris, Big Boi, Jermaine Dupri, T.I. and Young Jeezy are just a few of the familiar faces you’ll see, as they salute the b-ball team from the city that has been appropriately dubbed ‘Black Hollywood’…
On this team… everyone matters. And on this night… no one’s on the bench.
Watch the video below… Continue Reading…
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Clifford ‘T.I.’ Harris and up & coming rapper Kap-G appeared on CNN last night to discuss issues of racial profiling and their ‘angry rap lyrics’ with host Don Lemon.
It was just about a week ago that Tip and David Banner jumped on the remix of Kap-G’s ‘La Policia’ and in light of all the recent news of police brutality nationwide, it seems their message of rage is being heard loud and clear.
[FLASHBACK: T.I. & David Banner Add Powerful Message to Kap-G’s ‘La Policia (AUDIO)]
When asked about the angry message in the song, T.I. responds:
I think there is resentment… an undeniable fear that (I believe) law enforcement has for young minorities and it is reflected in their actions.
And of course that leads to angry lyrics because our music, historically has been a reflection of our circumstances.
So if you don’t like our lyrics, you must then change the circumstances that inspire them.
In case you missed it, watch video of T.I. and Kap-G’s CNN appearance below… Continue Reading…