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Five days after the Los Angeles District Attorney dropped the drug charges against her husband, T.I.’s wife Tameka “Tiny” Cottle-Harris, has been charged for possession of ecstasy.
According to tmz.com, Tiny can face up to one year behind bars if convicted of the crime.
The songstress, who just married her long time boyfriend and father of two of her children, was arrested with Tip on September 1 following a traffic stop. The incident led to the D.A. revoking the ATLien MC’s probation—stemming from a 2008 federal gun conviction—and sentencing him to an 11- month stay in Forrest City.
T.I. is expected to report to the Arkansas federal jail on Monday, November 1.
Lady Gaga is no stranger to hip-hop and R&B collaborations, lending her talents to efforts from Kid Cudi, Wale and Beyoncé. While Gaga hasn't jumped on a record with rap's reigning collabo mistress, Nicki Minaj, the Young Money lyricist says she's down to change that.
During her "RapFix Live" interview, Minaj revealed she would be interested in jumping on a track with Gaga — especially if it's guaranteed to be a monster.
"I'm inspired by her creativity," Minaj said. "The women in the game, I never say I would never work with them because, in fact, if there's an opportunity for me to work with them, and it's a way that we can kill the game and do something crazy, why would I turn that down?"
The Young Money diva added, "I love collaborating with artists. I've been a feature queen for the last year, right?"
Like Gaga, Minaj's bi-curious lyrics and zany swagger have helped beef up her hearty gay following. The "Right Thru Me" spitter said in addition to championing the struggles of the LGBT community, she stands up for all of her fans battling hate.
"It's important for me to stand up for anyone that is being ridiculed and bullied. I don't differentiate between who I'm speaking on behalf of. If three black kids ... committed suicide and I needed to speak on behalf of them, I would have spoken up," she said. "Because I think that, at the end of the day, you don't have to love everyone's lifestyle. You don't have to embrace everyone. But I do think you have to respect everyone."
Minaj, who is careening toward superstardom on the strength of her hard-hitting rhymes, reminded fans that hateful barbs can hurt more than physical jabs.
"Some people think like, 'Well, if I don't hit someone, I'm not hurting them.' But those words that you say to a person — that bullying, that ridicule — it hurts them even more," she said. "So yes, I spoke up for the gay community and I will do that for all and any of my fans if they're being tormented, because it's sad."
Do you want to see a Nicki Minaj and Lady Gaga collaboration? Let us know in the comments below!
Singer-songwriter Kandi Burruss of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” speaks to Rap-Up TV about sampling OutKast on her sophomore album “Kandi Koated” and dueting with fellow Xscape member Tameka “Tiny” Cottle on an anthem for single mothers.
Travie McCoy was arrested on October 27 after allegedly spraying graffiti on the Berlin wall in Germany.
The rapper/pop star was taken into custody by Germany police after they spotted him tagging one of the last pieces of the historic landmark.
Before he was arrested, he posted the picture of the graffiti on his Twitter page.
"Told you!!! Had to do it, blame it on the devil, everyone else does!," McCoy said on the microblog.
He was released on 1,500 Euros bail and went to Amsterdam for a performance tonight.
Tameka "Tiny" Cottle will face a felony drug possession charge in Los Angeles, after she was arrested on September 1st with her husband, rap star T.I.
Cottle was a passenger in a Maybach being driven by T.I. when police stopped the vehicle.
When they allegedly smelled the odor of marijuana, they searched the vehicle's occupants and found T.I. and Tiny to each be in possession of ecstasy.
Both were released on $10,000 bond on September 2nd.
On October 15th, T.I. was sentenced to 11 months in prison for violating the terms of his probation for an October 2007 arrest for attempting to purchase machine guns and silencers.
Earlier this week, prosecutors dropped the state drug charge against T.I., since he is being punished by the Federal system.
T.I. is slated to report to an Arkansas prison on Monday (November 1st).
When T.I. was arrested in October of 2007 during the gun fiasco, Tiny was also busted for being in possession of marijuana.
If Tiny is convicted, she could face up to one year in prison.