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Saturday, 26 December 2015

Rapper, wife expecting a baby - T.I

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Rapper and occasional movie star, Clifford Joseph Harris, known by his stage name T.I and wife Tiny have announced that they are having an additional member to their family.
Tameka “Tiny” Cottle revealed this via an Instagram video where she wished fans a Merry
Christmas, thanked her husband for the stunning necklace and earrings he got her, before showing of her adorable baby bump with a red bow on it.
“Merry Christmas! Thank you to my family for my wonderful gifts…But most of all thank you for our new heir to the throne. This is the best Christmas gift you could've ever given me." She says in the video.
A lot of noise could be heard from the background. No doubt the family unwrapping presents as Tiny had shared previous posts of the family surrounded by discarded wrapping paper.
This latest addition to the Harris family will be the couple’s third child together after Clifford “King” Joseph Harris III and Major Philant Harris.
In March 22, 2007, Tiny had given birth to a stillborn baby girl six months into her pregnancy, whom they named, Leyah Amore Harris.
Credit: Pulse.
The rapper himself has two sons, Messiah Ya’Majesty Harris and Domani Uriah Harris, and a daughter, Deyjah Imani Harris from previous relationships.
The Harris family is yet to announce when the baby is due, however, it is certain they are thrilled with the new addition to the sprawling family.
T.I, who had recently been in hot water for his controversial statements about US presidential candidate, Hilary Clinton, barely escaped the backlash of his words by a hair’s breath.
The rapper was quoted to have stated in a radio interview that he could not “vote for the leader of the free world to be a woman”, because women were “emotional” and “temperamental” and thus made bad decisions as a result.
The star of reality show, T.I and Tiny: The Family Hustle, subsequently apologised for his statements during the interview in a series of tweets in which he stated,
“My comments about women running for president were unequivocally insensitive and wrong. I sincerely apologise to everyone I offended.”

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