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Tiny Harris Isn’t Here for Folks Suggesting Anything’s Wrong With One of Her Kids: ‘Watch Yo Mouth’

Her nickname might be Tiny, but her clapbacks are enormous.

That’s what one person found out after saying something about King Harris, Tiny Harris and T.I.‘s 14-year-old son.

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All My babies belong on billboards!!! #SuperiorSperm😉

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The comment was written underneath a photo of the couple’s daughter Heiress Harris, which T.I. posted.

“All My babies belong on billboards!!! #SuperiorSperm😉,” Tip captioned that photo.

I’m just saying she can and major, but that son of yours with that blonde hair need some hard discipline,” the person wrote.

The Xscape member quickly told the opinionated Instagram user to focus on their own family. She also said her son is a wonderful kid with a huge heart.

“watch yo mouth! U don’t know him fr!” wrote Tiny under the post. “He’s still one of the most loving & giving kids we got! Worry bout wtf your kids need Pooh!!”

The clap back comes a few days after Tiny and T.I. threw Heiress a lavish tea party for her third birthday, where the little one sported an adorable pink gown. Her parents also wore tea party-themed outfits themselves. 

Heiress’ brothers and sisters were also in attendance, as well as some of her pals. And people seemed to love the photos and videos from the party, but not as much as they seemed to enjoy Tiny’s clapback.

“How you speak up on somebody kids like you know and been around them personally,” one person wrote.

“And who are you to tell another parent what their child needs?” someone else chimed in. “Do you know them? Are you a family member? Stay in your lane and worry about your kids. I’m sure they know what their child needs or don’t need. Who made you parent patrol of other people’s kids?”

“obviously you need a life if you have the time to judge someone life. If you believe everything you see in tv is the whole picture with reality tv, then your as ignorant as you sound.”


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