Shekinah Anderson Calls on Sabrina Peterson to Drop T.I. and Tiny Harris Lawsuit

by Shine My Crown Staff
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ATLANTA, Georgia — Shekinah Jo Anderson, the former friend of Tiny Harris and her rapper husband, T.I., is calling on Sabrina Peterson to drop her lawsuit against them.

In January, Sabrina accused the rapper of holding a gun to her head. Following her allegations, screenshots from several women accusing the rapper and his wife of a long list of offenses, including pressuring them to engage in threesomes and taking ecstasy.

However, Shekinah hopped into the fray, making inflammatory remarks about Sabrina.

“[Peterson] wants Tiny. She obsessed with Tiny. She wants Tiny to be her girlfriend,” she said on Instagram Live. “Ask her what was going on when she was in the threesomes and foursomes. What about when she used to go get and recruit the h–s for ’em?”

Sabrina sued the couple for a defamatory Instagram post. She claimed that she’d been harassed as a result of the responses from the Harrises and Anderson.

According to documents obtained by Radar Online, Shekinah wants the lawsuit filed by Peterson to be tossed.

“Ms. Anderson’s alleged speech concerned public, criminal allegations that Ms. Peterson levied via social media, and in the traditional media, against mutual acquaintances the Harrises, who are international celebrities, and whose reputations and sexual conduct were put in issue in a public forum by Ms. Peterson,” he attorneys wrote.

All three have denied all of the allegations made by Sabrina, as well as the near dozen individuals who have accused the celebrity of a slew of crimes.

“T.I., Tiny and Andersons’ publication of such false and defamatory statements did, in fact, directly and proximately result in harm to Plaintiff Peterson’s business, trade, profession, and occupation; shame, mortification, and hurt feelings resulting in severe emotional distress; and other harm to Plaintiff Peterson’s reputation in addition to those implied and assumed by the law,” the suit reads.

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