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T.I.’s wife, Tiny Harris, has at least $750,000 in jewelry stolen from vehicle

The case is ongoing.

T.I., Tiny Harris
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According to WSBTV, Tameka “Tiny” Harris, wife of T.I., had more than $750,000 worth of jewelry stolen from her car.

On Sunday (Oct. 6), the singer’s wedding rings, watches, and stud earrings were taken from the console of her Lamborghini. Harris informed officers that items were stolen while she was grabbing drinks with a friend in Midtown Atlanta. After returning to her vehicle later that night, Harris realized her bag containing jewelry was missing. As of right now, no official statement has been made from the Harris family regarding the investigation.

This year, the Harris family has encountered a lot of highs and lows. Back in February, T.I.’s sister, Precious Chapman, died in a tragic car accident. A few months later, hip hop’s most outspoken critic found a way to honor her legacy with the launch of a scholarship. The initiative, Precious Chapman Scholarship Fund, is designed to help with financial woes for college students.

“She was a single mother who worked to make life better for her children and everyone else that she encountered,” Tip said while speaking on his sister. “In the spirit of that, we have partnered with VH1 to award a deserving student a scholarship in my sister’s name.”

Moving forward, there’s no telling whether or not T.I. will discuss the unfortunate robbery of his wife’s jewelry on his new podcast, ExpediTIously. While speaking on his new venture, T.I. vowed that he will discuss anything and everything in a judgment-free zone.

“We talk about any and everything,” T.I. said during a conversation with Billboard. “And I tried to create an environment where people could speak and express themselves freely, fully, authentically, and unapologetically. We have created a space where you can speak your truth without judgment.”

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