T.I.’s Sister Takes Daughter to Court & Tiny Records It! (VIDEO)
That is, until T.I.’s sister appeared on the Judge Mathis show earlier this week (February 10th) telling her daughter that she needs to move out along with suing her for $2,500 in damages.
Antoinette “Precious” Chapman, who stars on the reality series as the nanny of the growing Harris brood, took Kamaya Chapman, the youngest of her two children straight to the courtroom after learning that she was throwing parties in her home without prior consent. In addition to her testimony, Precious also presented evidence of property damage, showing the judge incriminating video footage of Kamaya partying and sofa-dancing with a group of friends.
Kamaya, who still lives with her mother, is being accused of using the home as a “sorority house.” In one segment of the court television show, Precious hilariously says her 28-year-old daughter needs to move out and find a husband.
Tiny Harris shared this snippet of the show on her instagram account.
The singer/songwriter found the whole ordeal amusing and poked fun at the courtroom drama, captioning the photo: “I can’t with you two!”
In the end, it seemed that there was no love lost between the mother and daughter as Judge Mathis ruled in Precious’s favor, granting the requested $2,500 in damages to the plaintiff. After closing the case, the duo exchanged hugs and said “I love you” to one another.
Kamaya also made light of the situation, explaining that the dramatization was all for the cameras on her social media pages.
For the record lol the case was exaggerated— Kamaya (@kamayaPR) February 11, 2016
Ultimately, the whole thing seemed like one big joke so we guess the family that plays together stays together!
Either way, we’re happy to see that the mother and daughter were able to work through their issues and hope to get more details on the incident in Season 6 of T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle on VH1.