Tiny Harris and her eldest son King Harris apparently have the same face, according to fans.
The 44-year-old mother shared a birthday post dedicated to her Xscape group mate LaTocha Scott this week and uploaded a slew of throwback pictures, presumably from their tour days together. She took to Instagram on Thursday and posted an old photo of herself and Scott dressed in matching stage get-up. Both music artists were dressed in matching white t-shirts and black overalls. Tiny, however, sported blond hair at the time, similar to her 14-year-old son’s current hairstyle.
She wished Scott a happy birthday and wrote via Instagram, “I hope this was an amazing day for u @iamlatocha I Fukn Love This Girl fr 4 a lifetime. Turn up T & get home so we can get this money 🤩”
Fans chimed in underneath the singer’s post with birthday wishes and with comments prattling over how much she and her eldest son favored.
“This picture looks like King with hair!!! WOW!!! He’s your carbon copy! 😄”
“Happy Birthday! Birthday twin @iamlatocha 💜 and Tiny looks just like king in this pic”
“I swear Tiny is her son in a wig 😂 he is legit your twin girl. Your got that King look here”
“Tiny has King’s whole face. Girl I swear you spit him straight out”
14-year-old King is Tiny’s eldest son with rapper and husband T.I. The couple also share 10-year-old son Major Harris and 3-year-old Heiress Harris together.
Earlier this year, the mother of four shared a shocking revelation about her teenage son and his decision to take an alternative route with his education to pursue his music career.
“Next year we are thinking about homeschooling him,” Tiny said during an April press conference for her private EP listening party. “It’s depending on how his career takes off. I think he should be homeschooled anyway because he’s doing a lot of things.”
During season two of “T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle,” King and his father engulfed in an explosive disagreement over the teen’s aspiring music career and schooling. King felt he should be homeschooled, while T.I. completely disagreed. Tiny added that their decision on the 14-year-old’s schooling will ultimately be left up to the “Live Your Life” rapper.
“I’m letting his dad kind of make that decision,” she said. “I will voice my opinion, but I’m not going to get into it with him about it.”