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T.I. (L) and Tameka "Tiny" Harris attend the 2019 BET Awards at Microsoft Theater on June 23, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by )

Tameka “Tiny” Harris’s ex-best friend Shekinah Anderson revealed secrets about T.I. and  “Tiny” in a series of emotional videos, saying this was her “last straw” with Tiny.

She said she didn’t want to be friends anymore (referring to Tiny) but said, “I wish her the best though, I love her.” She tearfully added that all her friends turned their back on her now that she is no longer on reality TV. “I watched every friend I had turned on me for Tiny. All my homegirls I used to be with, they were her best friends now.”

Anderson rose to fame as the best friend of Tiny on VH1’s T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle and Tiny & Shekinah’s Weave Trip. She was also on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta until 2020.

“How the hell you think it feels when all your friends link up with your enemy? One of your enemies turns all of your g–damn friends into your enemy.” Shekinah said some of her childhood friends that turned on her, she knew since the 2nd grade. “I don’t blend with these people. Me and these people are not the same, we don’t got the same heart! I’m not a f—ing user! I’m not a f—ing manipulator! I’m a lover. It’s a big difference.”

When it came to T.I., Anderson said that she kept her distance from Tiny to keep “her husband happy. That husband ain’t never give a f— about me, never cared for me. He tried to be nice to me, but in the end he never gave a f— about me.” She went on to say that T.I. didn’t like her, “making many songs” dragging her. She claimed that T.I. called her a “ghetto muzzle rat.”

The video concluded with Shekinah saying that she is just telling the truth and no one has any tea on her or took care of her while she was struggling to make money while on BET. She proclaimed that “the youth needs to know that no one took care of me. Ain’t nobody bought me no house. Ain’t nobody bought me no car. I’m sick of this s—. Everybody thinking they can just be on the internet and make money, that’s all it takes. That ain’t all it motherf—ing take, you got to get out here and get it. You can’t sit around and wait for somebody to take care of you and I don’t want that narrative out here [anymore]. You wouldn’t do hair for free. You wouldn’t do hair for tips. You wouldn’t do work on a f—ing set all day for $125, no more than $150. You wouldn’t do it!”

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