Major Philant Harris:
• Born on 16 May 2008, in Atlanta, Georgia USA
• Son of hip hop artist T.I. and renowned R&B singer Tameka ‘Tiny’ Cottle
• Enjoys the net worth of his famous parents
• Has six siblings
• Appeared in the reality TV series “T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle”

Who is Major Philant Harris?

Major Philant Harris was born under the sign of Taurus on 16 May 2003, in Atlanta, Georgia USA. He’s involved in show business as the son of hip hop artist T.I. and renowned R&B singer Tameka ‘Tiny’ Cottle, also reality TV stars, known for appearing in the series “T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle”.

How rich is he, as of now?

Major Philant Harris is just 16 years old, but apparently enjoys the net worth of his famous parents, since as of mid-2024, his father’s net worth is estimated at over $10 million and his mother’s more than $3 million.

Early Life, Parents, Nationality, Ethnicity, Education

Major Philant Harris is being raised in the famous family alongside his six siblings by his famous parents in his hometown of Atlanta. Major holds American nationality and is of African-American ethnicity. He attended Elementary High School, from which he ‘matriculated’ in May of 2018.

Parents – Are they divorced?

Major’s parents began their relationship in 2001, and eventually married in 2010.

Although they went their separate ways in 2016 and his mother Tameka filed for divorce from his father T.I., she eventually revoked it in the following year, so they still live together with their children.

Siblings and Half-Siblings

Major is the brother of King Harris and Heiress Diana Harris. He also has three half-siblings, named Domani Uriah, Messiah Ya’Majesty, and Deyjah Imani Harris, from his father’s previous relationships with Lashon Dixon and Ms. Niko.

He is also the younger half-brother of Zonnique Jailee Pullins, from his mother’s side when she dated Zonnie ‘Zeboe’ Pullins. Zonnique is also an actress, and one of the cast of the reality TV series “Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta”.

Young Reality TV Star

Major Philant Harris career officially started when he joined the cast of the reality TV series “T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle”, alongside his huge family. It premiered on 5 December 2011 and was broadcast on the VH1 network until it ended in 29 May of 2017. There’s no information on his current activities, as of mid- 2024.

Appearance and Vital Statistics of Major Philant Harris, late 2019

Major has short black hair and dark brown eyes. His height is 5ft 5ins (1.62m), and his weight about 110lbs (50kgs), but his body measurements are unknown.

T.I. Short Wiki/Bio

Clifford Joseph Harris Jr. – better known by his stage name T.I. – was born on 25 September 1980 under the sign of Libra in Atlanta, Georgia, where he was raised by his parents, Clifford ‘Buddy’ Harris Sr. and Violeta Morgan. He went to Douglass High School, but left before matriculating. His career started in 1996, when he was noticed by Kawan ‘KP’ Prather; during his subsequent career, T.I. has released ten studio albums – some of the most popular are “King”, “T.I. vs. T.I.P.”, and “Paper Trail”, all of which topped the US Billboard 200 chart and received platinum certification by the RIAA.

He’s also released more than 110 singles, including “Live Your Life”, featuring Rihanna, and “Whatever You Like”, both of which were No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. His success is marked by his winning three Grammy Awards, including the 2006 Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for his collaboration with Justin Timberlake on “My Love”. He was named the 27th Artist of the 2000s by the Billboard in 2009.

He’s also an actor – known for starring in various roles including as Dave in the “Ant-Man” film series – and an author. T.I. is also the executive producer of the competitive reality show “The Grand Hustle” (2018-present).

Tameka Cottle Short Wiki/Bio

Tameka Dianne ‘Tiny’ Cottle was born under the sign of Cancer on 14 July 1975, in College Park, Georgia USA, where she was raised by her father, Charles ‘Speedy’ Pope, and her mother, Dianne Cottle. She developed her love for music very early, since her father was a member of the R & B band ‘The Tams’. While she was a student at Tri-Cities Performing Arts High School, Tameka joined the female R & B vocal quartet ‘Xscape’ in 1992.

They released three studio albums, “Hummin’ Comin’ At ‘Cha”, “Off The Hook”, and “Traces Of My Lipstick”, all of which were certified platinum by the RIAA. Following the split of the band, Tameka continued her career as a songwriter, and soon won the 2000 Grammy Award in the Best R&B Song category for co-writing the TLC’s No. 1 single “No Scrubs”, with Kandi Burruss. She released her debut solo single “What The Fuck You Gon Do?” in 2014, and it topped the iTunes R&B/Soul chart. Besides that, she also created the BET reality show “Tiny And Toya”. Most recently, she and Kandi Burruss wrote Ed Sheeran’s single “Shape Of You”.

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