It’s safe to say Xscape singer Tiny Harris has had one of the best celebrity glow-ups over the past years.
The “I F–kin Love U” singer and wife of rapper T.I. sent birthday wishes to one of her best friends this week and posted an old photo of them in their teenage years. The image showed her and her friend Shamra both wearing “1990 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets ACC Tournament” T-shirts and teased hairstyles associated with the early ’90s era.
In Harris’ birthday post to her bestie, she reflected back on all of the good times they had together while growing up in Atlanta.
“Happy Happy birthday sis! I love u to the moon & back!!” she wrote via Instagram. “We had a hell of a life together running these Old National, Southside streets!! No one can ever erase our memories!! My Ride or Die.. My Luv 🙌🏽”
Fans not only clamored over the star’s sweet birthday post, they were also blown away by how much the singer has transformed in the looks department.
“Aww I love that pic of y’all 💯 but Tiny looks way better now lord”
“Whew the glow up 😍”
“This pic took me back lol girl u done really glowed all the way up”
“Tiny look like two different people! She looks good now tho ❤️”
Although Harris is known for changing up her appearance, people noticed how her looks have drastically changed since her days with 1990s R&B group Xscape.
The 44-year-old mother of four hasn’t denied having plastic surgery done to her face and body and willfully owned up to her cosmetic procedures.
“It’s a little bought,” Harris told Wendy Williams during a 2014 interview while referring to her buttocks. “[And my breasts] are bought. I’ve always had a lot of boobs but, you know, after three babies, they sag.”
There had been speculation that Harris also got a nose job, but she denied doing so.
“No. I mean, I thought about it, but it’s my dad’s nose, so …” she told Williams.
Harris also received a mass of backlash after undergoing eye implant surgery in Tunisia in 2014, which is considered an illegal procedure here in the United States.
She addressed critics at the time by saying, “I just wanted to do something different. I have the right to do that,” she told Good Morning America. “It’s my body.”