Tiny Harris, a member of girl group Xscape, was rectified by fans for comparing herself to a popular celebrity mom, Kris Jenner.
Harris was on her day-to-day motherly duties after attending her and T.I.‘s son King Harris‘ first big performance on March 6. The 14-year-old was given the opportunity to perform at Kid Trunks’ concert at the Masquerade Underground Atlanta.
Harris, who was a proud mother, posted a video of her son’s show on Thursday morning and wrote on social media, “My baby @the_next_king10 was soooooo lit tonight!! I was so damn proud. I couldn’t stop hollering & still can’t stop smiling.”
She also shared a few images of her fly mom ‘fit, a multi-colored jumpsuit, and compared herself to “momager” Jenner, who’s known for managing her daughters, the Kardashians.
“On my way to see My KING @the_next_king10 at the Masquerade Underground Atl. On my #KrisJenner💩 #MembersOnly 👑❤️,” Harris captioned on Wednesday.
Fans quickly disputed the singer’s statement, expressing how talented her family is.
“@majorgirl You’re sooo much better than that mom especially how you and @troubleman31 raise your children,” one fan said, correcting Harris. “There is NO comparison 😘😘.”
“Please don’t compare yourself to KJ. Issa downgrade actually. Do YOU 💪🏾,” another fan added.
“Nah ya’ll have real talent!” another fan exclaimed. “NEVER compare yourself to those Jenner/Kardashian folk. The HARRIS’ are better and smarter than they are. More like Will and Jada Smith. Ya’ll have talent and influence 💖.”
Harris has a great deal of experience when it comes to managing her children in the music industry. Before handling King’s music affairs, in 2012 she managed girl group “OMG Girlz,” which starred her eldest daughter Zonnique Pullins.
Although the group parted ways around 2015, Harris still manages Pullins, and she’s signed to the mother of four’s record label, Pretty Hustle. The mother-daughter duo appeared on “The Real” in February 2018, when Pullins explained how it was having Harris as her momager.
“In the beginning it was pretty rough,” Pullins told the cast. “We just didn’t jell at first because I felt like she’s mom, don’t go so hard on me. But now that I’m older we found the balance of working together, and now it works out.”