T.I. and Tiny Harris both posted somewhat cryptic messages on their respective Instagram and Twitter accounts–a week after a brawl erupted between TI and boxing champ Floyd Mayweather Jr.
TI posted a message on his Instagram, which says: “Sometimes you have to move on without certain people. If they’re meant to be in your life, they’ll catch up.”
The Instragam photo features a man walking on a road by himself with a caption. “S/O to my Patna RevEdwards for sending me dis piece of inspiration. All I can say is#FactsFashoHonestyYepTruuuuue,” TI also wrote in the Instagram post.
At the same time, Tiny wrote on Twitter: “Praying to GOD and being faithful to GOD are different … [Y]ou can pray and thank him but not have faith in him.”
According to reports, the two have been having trouble with their marriage recently. After the two posted the messages, some reports suggested that their marriage might be a bit rocky at the moment.
Mayweather may have accidentally confirmed that the two are separated.
“Tiny is married. I respect that. I don’t care if y’all separated, she’s still married under God’s eyes and the law,” he said in an interview last week.
He also issued a lengthy statement about the dispute, which allegedly took place at a Fatburger in Las Vegas.
“After the fight was over Saturday night, Sunday they came over my mother’s house. My mother had a big, big party for me. They came over and showed love. They came over to my house all cool, all respect. Hang out with The Money Team, my crew. Everybody was cordial. No disrespecting type. After that, I guess she put a picture up on Instagram of her at the f!ght so I guess he [T.I.] was feeling some type of way,” he said.
He added that he may have said some disrespectful words to Tiny.
He said, “I do apologize to Tiny because she cool people, man. She cool. She never been disrespectful to me. Shekinah never been disrespectful to me. I’m going to continue to support Tiny and Shekinah cause they’re cool people and I don’t got nothing against them. So I apologize for that.”