Tameka “Tiny” Harris left the internet head over heels with her eye-catching looks.
The 44-year-old mother of four celebrated her niece’s 16th birthday this weekend with a video of the two them out and about together. Harris panned her camera phone over her face and body before putting the spotlight back on her niece.
“Almost forgot this video was for my baby @mikaylacottle,” the R&B artist wrote via Instagram Saturday evening. “Happy Sweet 16..You know your auntie adores u in every way!! … Help me show My girl…some birthday Love 👑❤️🎂💯😘.”
The star flossed her radiant makeup-free face and petite waist. Harris’ fans apparently got distracted by her flawless beauty and flooded her post with a number of compliments.
“❤️ you always lookin good Tiny all. i. see .is. you in this video but. happy .born. day to lil. mahh”
“Damnnn Tiny you look snatched sis lol love me some 😍🙌 talking about it’s not about me after showing yourself first 😂. You look great sis”
“Always showing the hips off lol you look beautiful and hbd to your niece”
“Tiny looks amazing i’m loving the blonde braids on her. Beautiful and sexy as always 👅😘”
Although the “I F–kin Love U” singer and wife of rapper T.I. is known for changing up her appearance, observers noted that her looks have drastically changed since her days with 1990s R&B group Xscape.
Harris does not deny she’s had plastic surgery done to her face and body, willfully owning up to her cosmetic procedures.
“It’s a little bought,” she 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 has also been speculation that Harris also got a nose job, but she denies doing so.
“No. I mean, I thought about it, but it’s my dad’s nose, so …” she told Williams.
In 2014, Harris received a mass of backlash after undergoing eye implant surgery in Tunisia, which is considered an illegal procedure 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.”