We don’t know about you, but Tiny has more than proven to us on several different occasions throughout the course of her relationship with rapper T.I. that she is most DEFINITELY what we would call a “ride-or-die chick.”
According to the slang bible, aka UrbanDictionary.com, a ride-or-die chick can be defined as “A girl who is down for her man in any situation,” and between her getting arrested with her man and giving him a helping hand during a prison visit, Tiny fits the description quite well.
Peep what Tiny told our friends over at VIBE.com below!
“I’m down for him. You have to know this person would do the same for you. Being down [for T.I.] is the easiest thing to do. He makes it so easy. He sets it out so great and perfect for me,” she told VIBE in December. “He’s like ‘You ain’t got to work, you ain’t got to do this or that.’ Just be with me. And we enjoy each other. It’s not hard to stay down. The least I can do is give back, and make sure I’m 100 percent and a strong woman.”
One of the ways Tiny gave back to her hubby was by showing her support all throughout his drug rehab for painkillers. “I attended a couple of his group meetings to support him. I didn’t want to leave him out there by himself,” she says. “I really wanted to be there and support him and help him get through whatever he had to do. I just felt like it was something very small. It takes an hour of my time. He was going, we’d be together, so why not?”
So is there anything to miss when life is a wonderland? “The only thing in my old life that I miss is working. Before I got with [T.I.] I had stopped working and going on the road, anyway,” she explains. “Life has changed with him. It’s worry-free. I don’t have to worry about getting up and going to work every day. I don’t have to stress about trying to get money or trying to make more money. He’s upgraded my life. I wouldn’t want to take back nothing.”
In related news, Tiny’s drug possession case has reportedly been dropped by the LA County District Attorney after she provided evidence that she had successfully completed 24 sessions of a drug diversion education program in Georgia.
Tiny and her husband, rapper T.I., were pulled over and arrested in Los Angeles late last year and booked for possession of a controlled substance. T.I., on parole at the time, was charged for violating his probation and sentenced to 11 months prison.
The newlywed couple got into some trouble with officials at the Arkansas jail where T.I. is currently serving his time after prison guards caught Tiny giving Tip a quick hand job during a family visit.
Ride-or-die chick indeed.