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Tameka Cottle

Tameka Cottle

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Tameka Cottle, an American singer-songwriter, has gained wide popularity as a member of the American multi-platinum R&B vocal group, Xscape. Cottle is also known for her contributions to the TLC hit No Scrubs for which she received the Grammy Award. Most of the time, she is known to be the ex-wife of the eminent singer T.I.

How much is the net worth of  Tameka Cottle?

Tameka Cottle is living a lovely life with her children. Cottle earns an amazing amount of money from her career as a singer and songwriter. As of now, Cottle has an estimated net value of $8 million.

What’s Tameka Cottle Famous for?

American singer, songwriter, and TV personality.
A member of the American multi-platinum R&B vocal group, Xscape.
Her contributions to the TLC hit No Scrubs.

She was born to the American parents of Dianne Cottle and Charles “Speedy” Pope and was raised in the same place where she was born. She’s been raised by her parents. There is no further information on the family background of  Cottle. Her uncle, Joseph Pope, is believed to have formed the R&B band ‘The Tams.’

Talking about the educational background of  Cottle, she attended Tri-Cities Performing Arts High School and was discovered by producer Jermaine Dupri while singing at Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday party in Atlanta.

Tameka Cottle: Professional Career & Achievements

Tameka Cottle began her career as a group member of Xscape and contributed to the release of ‘Hummin’ Comin’ albums on ‘Cha,’ ‘Off the Hook’ and ‘Traces of My Lipstick.’
Cottle was also a member of Xscape and received several awards, including two Soul Train Music Awards for Best New R&B Artist and Best R&B Album and the A-Town Music Award for Best Duo/Group.

Cottle played her lead vocals on Xscape’s hit songs, including Understanding, Do You Want To?, All I Need, Love’s a Funny Thing, and so on.
Cottle also recorded soundtracks for Soul Food, Panther, Bad Boys, and Love Jones. For her contributions to the TLC, No Scrubs, Cottle, and her former fellow member of the Xscape Group, Kandi Burruss received the Grammy Award in 2002.
Cottle also won the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers Award. Cottle is also involved in the Kiesha Miles GMO Girlz project. Likewise, her reality series, Tiny, and Toya, were aired on BET in June 2009.
On July 22, 2014, Tameka returned to the music industry under her new label Pretty Hustle, her first solo single, “What The Fuck You Gon Do?” A few hours after “WTFYGD” was released, it reached the number 5 spot on the iTunes R&B/Soul charts and less than 24 hours after the release, it became the number one song on the charts for the genre.
Tiny Harris took a break from her XSCAP3 EP Promo in 2018 to spend some quality time with her one-year-old daughter Heiress.

Facts of Tameka Cottle

Celebrated Name Tameka Cottle
Age 45 Years
Nick Name Tiny
Birth Name Tameka Dianne Harris
Birth Date 1975-07-14
Gender Female
Profession Singer
Birth Nation USA
Place Of Birth College Park, Georgia
Nationality American
Ethnicity African-American
Horoscope Cancer
Education Tri-Cities Performing Arts High School
Marital Status Divorced [Single]
Spouse T.I. (M. 2010; Div. 2016)
Children Four
Son King Harries and Major Philant Harris
Daughter Zonnique Jailee Pullins and Heiress Diana Harris
Father Charles “Speedy” Pope
Mother Dianne Cottle
Height 4 feet 11 inches
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Net Worth $ 8 million
Source of Wealth Singing Career
Sexual Orientation Straight
Links Wikipedia,Instagram,Twitter,Facebook

Tameka Cottle: Married, Single, or Dating

Reflecting on his personal life, Tameka Cottle had previously had a relationship with Zonnie “Zeboe” Pullins in 1992. The couple also had a daughter, Zonnique Jailee Pullins, born on March 20, 1996. Zonnique is a musician, too. However, after six years in 1998, the couple was unable to continue their relationship and finally separated.

Later in 2000, Cottle started dating rapper T.I. And after dating for ten years, the couple decided to take their relationship to the next level and finally tied the knot on July 30, 2010, in Miami Beach, Florida. The duo welcomed their first son, King Harris, on August 25, 2004, and their second son, Major Philant Harris, on May 16, 2008. Similarly, on 26 March 2016, Cottle gave birth to her daughter, Heiress Diana Harris.

But things weren’t going well between the couple. So, Cottle filed a divorce with her husband T.I. in December 2016. And in the same month, after six years of marriage, the couple divorced. In addition, she had already dated a friend, Tupac Shakur. Well, she’s single at the moment, and there’s no rumor about her business.

Tameka Cottle: Height, Weight

Observing her body statistics, Tameka Cottle is 4 feet 11 inches tall. Her hair is black in color. His eyes are black, too. Her other body information has not been disclosed. In the case of disclosure, we are going to let you know.

Quick Facts of Tameka Cottle

  • An American singer-songwriter, Tameka Cottle has gained wide popularity for being a member of the American multi-platinum R&B vocal group, Xscape.
  • Cottle is further known for her writing contributions on the TLC hit No Scrubs for which she received a Grammy Award.
  • Her writing contributions on the TLC hit No Scrubs.
  • Cottle, her husband T.I., and her daughter, Zonnique Pullins from her previous relationship.
  • On July 22, 2014, Tameka returned to the music industry under her new label Pretty Hustle, with her first solo single “What The Fuck You Gon Do?”.