For more than 20 years, T.I. has been with Tameka “Tiny” Cottle, and together, they’ve raised a total of seven children. And with a net worth of $50 million, the “Trouble Man” has proven that he’s got what it takes to make his money last (Tiny holds up pretty well, herself, with an estimated net worth between $3 million and $5 million, per Celebrity Net Worth).

Fans of T.I. and Tiny got a glimpse into their strange and amazing world on their hit VH1 series, “T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle,” which aired from 2011 to 2017. From getting out of prison to forming a next-generation supergroup with the OMG Girlz (which also featured Lil’Wayne’s daughter, Reginae), the man born Clifford Joseph Harris proved the old adage that stars are just like us.

These days, T.I. has branched out from music to technology. Like many of his peers, including Jay-Z, Grand Hustle — which was once his own record label — has expanded into Grand Hustle Tech. The tech arm of the label has invested in many Atlanta-based startups, including Mulaah (a fintech app) and Sudu (an early-stage logistics and supply chain tech company).

In 2017, he founded Buy The Block, which allowed him the unique opportunity to save his own Atlanta neighborhood, including Bankhead Seafood, AfroTech previously reported.

“I partnered with [Atlanta rapper] Killer Mike and other developers to purchase the Bankhead Seafood building,” he said to Inc. about the project. “There is a corner where I have an assemblage of lots that I acquired with another partner. There’s another, bigger lot that I am acquiring on my own. I’ve gone in on six buildings and spent more than $2 million. I don’t have private equity financing or anything like that. It’s my personal finances and sweat equity.”

Indeed, there’s a lot to be proud of — and thankful for. Let’s take a look at what T.I.’s family with Tiny is doing to be successful in their own right.

Zonnique Pullins

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Zonnique Jailee Pullins is 25-years-old and has a solo music career. Previously, she was a part of the group OMG Girlz.

She’s built a digital platform of 3.4 million Instagram followers. In 2020, Zonnique welcomed her first child, a daughter, with musician Bandhunta Izzy.

Messiah Harris

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Messiah Harris is a 21-year-old social media personality. He also recently appeared on his father’s newest music, which you can check out below.

Deyjah Harris

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At 20-years-old, Deyjah Harris is just finishing up her high school studies and is already moving into her first year of college. According to The Sun, she prefers to stay out of the spotlight and keeps her distance from the rest of her family to enjoy her privacy.

Domani Harris

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Domani Harris is 20-years-old and prefers to stay out of the spotlight as well.

In fact, he was so adamant about staying out of the spotlight that not even a handsome payday was enough to make him star in another season of “TI & Tiny: The Family Hustle.”

“For one season, I think it was $80,000,” T.I. said in an interview. “They told [Domani], ‘All you’ve got to do is just show up for a couple of [scenes]. You ain’t even really got to do too much. We’re going to pay you for the whole season; just for being in the background.’ He was like, ‘No, I’m straight.’”

Clifford “King” Joseph Harris III

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Clifford “King” Joseph Harris III, 17, is gaining traction as a social media superstar and an aspiring rapper who goes by the name “Kid Saiyan.” He has over 700,000 followers on Instagram.

Major Harris

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At just 13-years-old, Major Harris is enjoying his time in school and being with his family. We definitely can’t wait to see what he does when he gets older!

Heiress Harris

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Heiress Harris is the “baby” of the family, and as of this writing, she’s five-years-old. However, her parents love sharing her photos on Instagram, and she’s already a superstar in the making.