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Tiny and T.I. Won’t Let Past Cheating Scandal Stop Their Hustle

T.I. and Tiny Harris’ marriage is stronger than ever it seems as the Xscape singer continues to support her man in his career.

On Wednesday night, Harris posted a glimpse of T.I.’s part on Dave Chappelle’s final show at the Tabernacle in Atlanta. Chappelle was co-headlining a series of six shows with fellow Comedy Central alum Jon Stewart, where the comics did 45-minute sets.

During Chappelle’s bit on Aug. 15, Tip walked out on stage and teased the comedian about his hit series, “Chappelle’s Show.”

“We can’t thank you enough … aye, man, Ima tell you what, as a friend, I can say things that they probably don’t but get the chance to say but bring the f—ing ‘Dave Chapelle Show’ back!” Tip says to audible cheers from the crowd.

The duo continued to celebrate through the night, celebrating the 15th year anniversary of Tip’s second studio album “Trap Muzik,” which dropped on Aug. 15, 2003.

“Atlanta, make some noise for T.I.,” Chappelle said in a clip on Instagram. “This n—a’s not just a job, he’s an invention, he’s a lifestyle His trap music. You city, your sports, Black culture all over the world. Atlanta, I’m very proud of you.”

And it seems Tip’s bride has been very supportive of not just the bromance but her man’s career in general.

Her taping Tip’s bit during the stand-up routine is just the latest time that Harris has been there to back up Tip’s job moments.

She happily accompanied him to a local screening of his BET reality show “The Grand Hustle” and even promoted the show on her own Instagram account.

The promo came even amid criticism from fans who took aim at Harris for sticking by Tip after he was caught cheating on her with  Greenleaf actress Asia’h Epperson.

“🤦🏾‍♀️🤦🏾‍♀️Whew Chile..the shit celebrity wives deal with just for money smh.”

“@majorgirl when you going to love yourself and leave your cheating ass husband alone you look a fool if eyes changing and a new baby won’t change then nothing will boo.”

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