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T.I. & Tameka "Tiny" Harris Private Baby Shower

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Rapper T.I. penned an emotional message to his family in the wake of Kobe Bryant’s untimely death.

The Atlanta-native took to social media on Sunday (Jan. 26). “Whatever you mad at your loved one(s) about, I pray this moment that just shifted the energy and spirit of an entire nation just helped you to realize IT AIN’T THAT DEEP,” he captioned in an Instagram post.

The 39-year-old rapper added a message to his wife, Tameka “Tiny” Harris.

“I love you Mrs H,” he wrote to Tiny. “Imperfections, misunderstandings and all…. we’ve shared most of the happiest moments of our lives together. I know I’ve had my moments, but… despite all my shortcomings & transgressions the fact remains…You Give me a thousand choices & I’d choose you every time.”


T.I. also publicly apologized to his daughters, Zonnique and Deyjah, over any embarrassment he caused them. In December, Deyjah was thrust into the spotlight when the rapper shared that he takes his daughter to the gynecologist to inspect that her hymen is intact. Deyjah temporarily deleted her Instagram account, following the incident, and disabled comments on her posts upon her return to the Gram.

“Please forgive me for any and all imperfections that cause misunderstandings between us…Charge my mind, not my heart,” he wrote to his daughters. “You see life may throw us curveballs & deal us some pretty bad hands at times. But rest assured, you’ll NEVER find yourself in a place too high or low for me to be there to catch you when you fall. I just Can’t let another second go by without letting you know while we’re still here in this life together…You have ALL MY LOVE FOR ALL MY LIFE…& AFTER.”


And, to his sons Messiah, Domani, King, and Major, T.I. captioned a post saying, “regardless of our discrepancies & misunderstandings, trust and believe I’ll do any and everything possible to help you perfect your gifts. You’ll NEVER have to go at it & figure sh-t out alone!!! Love You All So Much!!!”

To his youngest daughter, Heiress, he shared his favorite video of her since, as he joked, she can’t read yet. In the throwback clip, he played “Purple Rain,” the only song he claimed would stop her cries.



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