Even though Tiny filed for divorce from T.I., it turned out to be the best thing to ever happen to their marriage. We’ve got details on why she doesn’t regret the move at all.
Tiny Harris put one hell of a scare into T.I. when she filed for divorce from him in Dec. of 2016. While they went through some rocky times in the months that followed, by the following summer their romance was stronger than ever. Now they couple is happier than they’ve ever been with red hot careers, a great family life and and even hotter love life. “Tiny’s at a point where she doesn’t actually regret filing for divorce from Tip. Don’t get me wrong, she’d never wish to go through what she and Tip went through, but the struggles actually transformed them both and their relationship,” a friend of Tiny’s tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
During their time apart in early 2017, Tiny, 43, got her 90’s girl group Xscape back together and reclaimed her singing career. “Tiny dug deep and rediscovered so much of her own power and strength and she started going after her own dreams again. She feels like she’s living her best life ever now, she has her career and her husband too,” the pal continues.
“They put in the work to save their marriage and it depend their connection so much. Nearly losing his wife and family really woke T.I. up to himself and his mistakes, treating Tiny like his Queen is his priority now. Tiny feels incredibly blessed so how can she regret the past?” the insider adds.
Not that Tip, 38, hasn’t been a completely perfect husband. He was caught on tape slapping the butt of Asia’h Epperson in June backstage at a concert. Tiny put him in the doghouse for a time, but he’s owned up to it and even sings about it on his new album Dime Trap. In the track “Mr. F**k Up.” Tip raps: “It’s amazing all the sh*t I done / Such examples I’ve been setting for my son / All she did was stay down and have my kid / All the time just to realize that I ain’t sh*t / Such audacity that I must have / To get in mint company and slap on ass / Damn, if I must say in my defense / I think should get credit for the asses I resist.”