Tiny Spills It All About Her & T.I.’s Rocky Marriage & Divorce!

With celebrity-turned-reality star couples, you usually can’t tell what’s real and what’s fake anymore, but it looks like as far as T.I., and Tiny go, this marriage has completely ran it’s course.

(AllHipHop Rumors) We’ve often seen issues with their relationship spill out onto social media, and it’s been a lot with T.I.’s rumored side chicks [see Bernice Burgos].

Tiny recently stopped by The Wendy Williams Show to talk about her failing marriage and much more.

Wendy is one to dig deep and stir the pot, so she got a bit of info out of Tiny.

Tiny ended up explaining her reasoning for grinding up on Floyd Mayweather at Mariah Carey’sparty.

Wendy told Tiny that she had a problem with Tiny grinding up on Floyd, to which Tiny replied saying,

“Well first of all, it was in LA & I was at somebody else’s party. I was at Mariah’s party. I wasn’t at Floyd’s event. Honestly if he woulda been doing the right thing I wouldn’t have been at Mariah’s party.”

Tiny also expressed that she feels like reality TV put a strain on her marriage. Wendy didn’t waste time getting to Bernice Burgos and whether or not Tiny & T.I. had an open marriage.

“She’s somebody that comes in and is gone. It’s nothing to it. It’s what he does. We don’t have anything now. It’s not an agreement now. We just was married, and we did what we wanted to do.”

Tiny said Bernice had nothing to do with what was going on in their marriage, and that she came in the picture after her and Tip had their issues. Tiny said her only problem with Bernice was the disrespect.

“First of all I stepped to him like don’t she know her place. She’s supposed to be quiet. Every woman that’s not the one knows that you supposed to be quiet period!” said Tiny.

Well damn! Tiny didn’t seem to suggest that there’s any room for reconciliation. Tiny I just want to know does you saying you both did what you wanted to in your marriage confirm those rumored threesomes?

What are your thoughts?

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