Tiny's Legal Team Confirms Whether or Not Tiny is moving forward with Divorce from T.I.By: Monya Fleming
Fans were hopeful that rapper T.I. and his estranged wife, Tameka "Tiny" Harris, would be able to work out their issues and call off the divorce. Despite claims that Tip was attempting to "talk sense into Tiny", the divorce case is moving forward.
Tiny's legal team has now requested a court date to set up child support and alimony. The former Xscape singer also wants half of their assets, but for the rapper to cover their debts.
Lawyers for Tiny filed court documents this week asking for a hearing in March to establish temporary alimony, child support, child custody, and visitation. During the hearing, T.I. will have a chance to explain why his estranged wife should not receive half of their assets.
The temporary hearing in a divorce is normally when the couple are unable to amicably decide on issues such as child support and child custody before the divorce is actually finalized.
Tip's appearance at the divorce hearing is mandatory unless he is willing to allow the judge grant a default judgement in favor of Tiny.
Tiny has requested that the rapper produce a full overview of their money, property and investment accounts that she is entitled to in the divorce. She is also asking for half of the automobiles they collected during the marriage, as well as half of the funds in Tip's retirement account.
The divorce petition stated that the couple are in debt and she believes her estranged husband should pay off the debt due to his high-earning ability.
Neither Tiny or T.I. have commented about the divorce filing, but both have posted cryptic tweets in the past couple of months. We all realize this is often a telltale sign.
T.I. recently shared a post on Instagram with the caption, "Lies may be told, false stories may be printed, but greatness need not say a muuuufu*kin thing."
Just last week, there were reports that T.I. believed Tiny would cool down and that they could work things out as they have done numerous times in the past. Sadly, it doesn't appear that is the case!
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