Tiny and T.I. Harris haven't been able to escape rumors that they are on the path to divorce. Nothing seemed to make that more clear than a post that looked like it came from Tiny on a verified Facebook account over the weekend. The problem is, Tiny has already spoken out and told fans that she didn't write it and the bigger mystery now is how the page got verified in the first place.
BET reported on what should have been a huge Tiny Harris divorce shocker when a Facebook page that said it was verified and owned by Tiny made a post blasting T.I. for her friendship with Floyd Mayweather Jr. Too bad it wasn't the real deal.
Identity theft: Tameka 'Tiny' Harris, a victim of Internet trolls https://t.co/yw37YUQqwB @RollingOut pic.twitter.com/gnaUlYBI2Y"When a woman's fed up," the fake Facebook post read.
— blicqer™ (@blicqer) December 5, 2016
"For years I've been the one getting hurt, but now that a lil video done surfaced with me having a friendly dance he's mad?? Why? Yes, he's my husband but damn can I not have a male friend?! Tip can't be the only male friend I associate myself with just like I know I ain't the only Female he associate hisself with so... It is what it is."It sounded like all those rumors about T.I. stepping out on Tiny finally had taken their toll. It turns out that she didn't even write the post and the whole thing was a big phony.
Tiny Harris did attempt to straighten things out via Twitter on Monday to let everyone know that she wasn't actually putting T.I. on blast. Unfortunately, Tiny didn't take the opportunity to address the Floyd Mayweather cheating rumors or the ones about her husband stepping out on her with an Atlanta call girl.
Hey guys that facebook page is not my page..it is fake. Not sure how they got verified but we are dealing with it now to be taking down.."Hey guys that facebook page is not my page," Tiny tweeted from her real account.
— Tameka Harris (@TinyMajorMama) December 5, 2016
"It is fake. Not sure how they got verified but we are dealing with it now to be taking down."It's unclear how Facebook verified a fake celebrity page but it looks like Tiny's faux Facebook has been really popular. Just the fake Tiny post alone had thousands of likes and shares before she caught on. The Facebook page itself boasts more than 600,000 likes, which is quite a lot for being a fake. That could be why Facebook verified the page but in reverse, the mistaken verification could be why it racked up so many likes. So far, that is the real mystery.
The faux post was supposed to be in response to a very real video of Tiny Harris grinding up on Floyd Mayweather Jr. at Mariah Carey's Halloween party. The video went viral, reviving rumors that Tiny and Floyd Mayweather have been messing around behind T.I.'s back. The video was posted to Instagram by Hollywood Unlocked, the gossip blog owned by Jason Lee (who sometimes appears on Love & Hip Hop Hollywood.)It's no secret that Tiny and Floyd are friends and seem to enjoy each other's company a lot when T.I. isn't around. Mariah Carey's Halloween party isn't the first time the two celebs have been seen partying together and at least one other incident was said to have set T.I. off, leading to a confrontation between him and Mayweather.
Just days before the suspect Facebook post was made, the feud between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and T.I. started to heat back up again. As Hip Hop DX reported, Tip and Floyd exchanged unpleasantries on Instagram. The back and forth started around the same time that Tiny's dancing video went up when T.I. took the first shots making fun of Mayweather's dad. That post led to Floyd Mayweather Jr. posting another picture of a check on Instagram (haven't we been down this road before) with a message about his legacy.To sum it all up real quick, Tiny is obviously still hanging out with Floyd Mayweather Jr. It's also obvious that T.I. doesn't like it but can't do anything about it. Meanwhile, someone who is not Tiny is posting about it on Facebook but the real Floyd and the real T.I. are still exchanging unpleasantries in a feud that dates back to 2014.
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