Rapper TI and his spouse Tameka “Tiny” Harris must cross depths. A miscarriage, a tax scandal, and even a prison sentence could not end the love of both. Until now! For now, the relationship is destroyed!

As “TheDirty.com” reports, Tiny filed the TI divorce. Both were a couple for 15 years! In 2010, they arranged married. After six years of marriage, Tiny has now ended. Already a week ago, she posted a secret post on Instagram, which now has a completely new purpose. Did she publish the divorce here? “I do not force anything, what flows, sinks, what shatters, breaks down, what will be, what will be,” she wrote carefully.

It was only in March that TI and Tiny became parents for the third time. Daughter heiress seemed to be the happiness of the family. But she could not save the marriage of both. Why Tiny quickly shoots the curtain is not known. Of course, only one thing is certain: the children of the two will suffer the most from the divorce.

He will look for 390,000 US dollars for his gangster image. Currently, TI rapper has net worth of $50 million USD.

It seems like TI should quickly withdraw his credit card because an advertisement firm sued him and his direction now-the musician is assumed to look for 390,000 US dollars for his performance during a bachelor’s degree in Florida last June in the short term.

At the beginning of the transaction, the organizers have already reacted hesitantly. Because fans temperament enthusiasts may in May, four people were shot during his concert in New York before the artists “Live Your Life” take the stage. One of the victims vanished soon after in the hospital.

This, of course, made the company Planet Productions suspicious, which is why she was asking $55 000 to cancel the concert. But Clifford’s administration ensured a secure environment for the students. The planning of the concert continued.

The cancellation the company spent approximately US $10 000 per day for advertising campaigns. But a little later, the rapper from Atlanta himself pulled the plug and blew the whole show. $300 000 in marketing campaigns, as well as $90 000 only for the rapper’s book, he has to fend for himself.