It looks like R&B singer Tameka “Tiny” Harris is captivating fans with her stunning appearance.
The “I Fukin Luv U” singer attended hip-hop star Future’s birthday bash in Atlanta last week and blew fans away with her foxy looks. While at the event, she linked up with her best friend Shekinah “Jo” Anderson and rap diva Lil Kim for a group photo.
Harris wore a one-shoulder sparkling black dress and rocked her hair in burgundy ringlets. The “Crush on You” singer sported a similar ensemble to Harris, while Anderson opted for a white, form-fitting body-con dress. Racking up more than 81,000 likes on the image, the proud wife of rapper T.I. captioned her Instagram post, “With two of my luvs @lilkimthequeenbee my fellow ♋️ sis & my road dawg @thatshekinah Real Queen 💩 #FuturesBdayParty.”
Although a wave of fans fawned over the singer’s post, it was Harris who stole the spotlight with her eye-grabbing look.
“You look goodt sis @majorgirl ❤️. Love you with darker hair simply the best”
“Tiny looks bomb! 💘🔥 your dark hair #living for it 🔥 I see you”
“Beautiful Ladies and @majorgirl you are always beautiful sis so gorgeous”
“@majorgirl always sitting pretty love 💗 lil kim and @thatshekinah also looks amazing love you ladies”
She posted a throwback photo of herself and her group mates earlier this month, reflecting on their past tour memories together. She added in her caption, “#SoAtown #XscapeBeforeTheFame #CouldntTellMe #IWasntCollegeParksFinest 👑.”
The 44-year-old singer recently confirmed that she and her group mates are proceeding forward with the very anticipated Xscape biopic, produced by no other than “Love and Hip Hop” franchise exec Mona Scott-Young herself.
“You definitely going to see the biopic, it’s definitely coming, it’s in the works,” she said on April 25 during a private listening party for her new EP.
The biopic will showcase the lives of all four group members growing up as Xscape and detail the events that led to their reunion after spending 15 years apart. Harris did not confirm the release date for the film, but noted the project was still in the works.