Tiny and T.I. to split
Florence Anthony | 1/5/2017, 10:58 a.m.
Tameka “Tiny” Harris has reportedly filed for divorce from husband, rapper Clifford “T.I” Harris, after six years of marriage. Sources say Tiny, 41, filed in early December in Henry County, Ga., saying the marriage had been irretrievably broken, with no chance of reconciliation. The two married in 2010 in Miami Beach, Fla., and have three children together: King, 12, Major Philant, 8, and Heiress Diana, 9 months. Tiny also has an older daughter, Zonnique Pullins, from a previous relationship. T.I. has other children from previous relationships as well: Messiah, Domani and Deyjah.
Musical genius Ellis Hall, known as “The Ambassador of Soul”, will perform his show “Soul Unlimited” as follows: Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Jan. 6 and Jan. 11, 2017, and Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra Jan. 13 and Jan. 14, 2017. Hall’s show features hits from Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, Smokey Robinson, Otis Redding and the great Ray Charles. Hall is a prolific singer, songwriter and multi-instrumental musician. He has a strong five-octave vocal range and was the lead vocalist for Tower of Power.
According to Life & Style, although they spent Christmas together with their two children, North and Saint, several weeks after Kanye West was released from the hospital after a frightening breakdown, Kim Kardashian’s alleged desire to get a divorce is stronger than ever. Sources tell Life & Style that Kim feels Kanye’s Twitter rants and his surprise meeting with President-elect Donald Trump are “hurting her brand.” A source said, “Kim has tried to protect Kanye from himself for years, but she can no longer do it.”
In the wake of all the celebrity couple breakups, from Mary J. Blige and Kendu Isaacs to Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, writer, director and producer Je’Caryvous Johnson’s newest stage play and sequel, “Married but Single Too” is the fiery follow-up to his last play, “Married but Single.” “Married but Single Too” stars Carl Anthony Payne, LisaRaye McCoy, La’Myia Good, Skye Griffin, Bill Bellamy and Chante Moore. The play’s tour launches on Valentine’s Day, 2017, in Detroit, and ends in Cleveland, April 9, 2017.