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Tiny Harris Shares Throwback Video of Son King Rapping Explicit Lyrics as a Child



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King Harris, known for his outspoken nature online, has a history of antics that apparently began long before fans might have expected. Earlier this week, his mother Tiny took to Instagram to reminisce with a throwback clip of her son “terrorizing” his grandmother by rapping along to Bobby Shmurda’s track, “Hot N***a.”

In the video, King’s grandmother appears unamused as the young child confidently delivers the explicit lyrics of the song. Tiny captioned the post with humor and affection, remarking on her son’s wild behavior. “Why was @the_next_king10 terrorizing my mama like this,” she wrote. “This is why his a** always wanted to be over there, cause Mamaw don’t know nothing about ‘give me neck till I pass out!!’ 🤦🏽‍♀️ 😂 My wild card by far! There’s always one in the family!! He got my ❤️ in a choke tho.”

The throwback clip has sparked mixed reactions among social media users. While some view it as evidence of King’s assertive personality from a young age, others suggest it indicates a need for more discipline during his childhood. “The man is who he say he is,” one fan commented, while another remarked, “Yall can’t say bro acting, he been on that.” Conversely, one user expressed, “This is when he should have been getting disciplined!”

This isn’t the first time Tiny has taken to social media to express her love for her son. In December, following a public incident involving King at a Falcons game, she shared a heartfelt message about him on Instagram. “Man this lil dude @the_next_king10 has always been my sweetheart but a terror at the same time,” she wrote. “I’m truly Blessed for mine!!”

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What do you think of Tiny Harris sharing an old video of her son King’s childhood antics? Was he already displaying assertiveness back then? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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