Tameka “Tiny” Harris caused quite a chatter on the ’Gram this week with her show-stopping appearance.
The “Kick It” singer flaunted her new blond bombshell ringlets and bomb fashion and makeup looks all over social media, which fans couldn’t help but rave over. She kept her overall mien quite casual and sported a sleeveless pink zebra-print bodysuit with a pair of high-waist, distressed denim jeans and black $995 Saint Laurent sandal heels.
Harris, 43, accessorized her look with a matching pink zebra-print purse, a gold necklace and expensive diamond ring gifted to her by her husband and rapper T.I. on Valentine’s Day. She opted for her signature hairdo and decided to go for a super glam makeup look, including a dramatic eye and soft baby pink lipstick.
Clearly feeling herself, she wrote via Instagram on Thursday evening, “I Fukn Love my jeans s/o to @therealnoigjeremy makeup. #IFuknLoveU #OnAllPlatforms #VideoComingSoon 👑💋.”
Her beauty post accumulated over 92,000 likes and over 1,200 fan comments.
“Yeah this this one 🙌 I fckn love blonde hair on you😍 you look good Tiny”
“🤔mmm why u looking younger & fab!! I need the Secret sis!!! Beautiful”
“Cutie pie your the reason why!!! Oops I just gave my age away 😂 you look fleeky with that hair color ❤️🔥”
“Get it Mrs. H you over here looking like a whole Barbie doll 🔥💯👏 do your s–t sis ❤️”
Lately, the mother of four has been focused on her music career. After being a songwriter and singer with group Xscape for more than 25 years, she’s decided to branch off on her own and work on her first solo project. Thursday, she announced via Instagram that she’ll be releasing her music video for her single “I F–kin Love U” within a few weeks.
“Had fun shooting this video to my single #IFuknLoveU out on all digital platforms,” she said. “It took forever to do but it’s still coming!!”
Harris released her song in May and finished her EP. During a listening party in April, she explained why she wanted to release her solo project.
“Sometimes its harder to branch out from what they [the fans] know,” she said. “I thought, maybe if I create something different with this new music, maybe they’ll get into it.”