Tiny Harris wanted to have some fun on Cinco de Mayo so she threw a house party that people on social media dragged her for, arguing that she did not follow the social distancing guidelines! In response, Tiny clapped back. Here’s what she had to say!
Tiny responded to one comment in particular that pointed out the guests at her bash yesterday were not practicing social distancing.
In reality, Tiny made sure to follow all the rules put in place because of the coronavirus pandemic and she let people know!
Earlier today, she posted some footage from her party that took place the night before, at her house.
The clip showed the Xscape star dancing outside the home with her guests to her daughter Zonnique Pullins‘ new song titled FTCU.
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Last night I had a small CincoDeMayo get together at the house & well I had @mydjdre play @zonniquejailee new singles as u can see everybody loved it!! lilduval & the Dj was really feeling it!! We had to bring it bck & bck lol We 🔥 Pooh @zonniquejailee #FTCU #NewSummerAnthem #Winner #MakeSureYallStreamIt #WeClubReadyWitDisOne #WheneverWeGetInOne #WhenUWannaShakeIt #ButUGotACrazyHusband lol 🙏🏽👑💙🙌🏽🗣💯
The comment she noticed and chose to answer to reads: ‘No one is social distancing, Tiny. I’m surprised.’
She argued that ‘Yes we are,’ before going on to say that ‘at least 8 people’ who were at the bash are also people she is already ‘around on a regular’ basis.
Hearing this, the fan understood the situation better and instead, wished Tiny and all her pals well.
Since the video did not focus on the guests’ faces, it’s still unknown who was at Tiny’s party last night.
In the caption, the Family Hustle star wrote: ‘Last night I had a small Cinco De Mayo get together at the house and well I had [DJ Dre] play [Zonnique Pullins] new singles. As u can see everybody loved it!!’
As for the quarantine, Tiny has only been in isolation with her husband, rapper T.I. and their kids.
In the meantime, the state of Georgia has actually been pretty lenient when it comes to the rules of the quarantine and people have been criticizing Governor, Brian B. Kemp for it, especially since he started opening a few businesses last month, making Atlanta one of the very first cities to open again.