Tiny Harris Criticizes Reginae Carter’s Outfit – Find Out Tiny’s Problem With What Toya Wright’s Daughter Is Wearing

Toya Wright’s daughter, Reginae Carter posted some new pics in which she’s flaunting her curvy figure in a pink outfit.

As expected, her diehard fans praised both the outfit and Nae’s curves, but Tiny Harris jumped in the comments to say something.

Now, whoever knows Tiny knows that she is referring to the fact that Nae is wearing a Gucci bag and everyone knows by now that the Harris family are boycotting the brand following the blackface scandal.

Tip was the first in the family to slam the brand and tell everyone that they should boycott it.

Some of Nae’s followers agreed with Tiny.

‘Treat me like an option, and I’ll show you how many I got 😏 Bodysuit from @letsvoguegirls’ Reginae captioned the photo.

Someone said ‘@majorgirl 🤣🤣🤣 Nae smiling like omg auntie I almost got away with it 😭😭😭 it’s sooo cute tho. @colormenae 👑 that bitch is fire tho 💥💥💥 sorry @majorgirl NO SERIOUSLY FU** GUCCI 💯 damn nae. 😂😂😂😂😂

Another follower told Nae to ‘Stop supporting Gucci,’ while someone else agreed: ‘Gucci still canceled sis @colormenae. 🙄🙄🙄

One fan told Nae ‘SHOW GUCCI YOU GOT MORE OPTIONS…HE TREATED US LIKE WE A OPTION!’

Nae recently made fans sad with one of the photos that she shared.

She posted a photo with Rudy Johnson, Toya Wright’s late brother on her social media account.

You may recall that both he and Toya’s other brother Josh Johnson got killed a few years ago and the family suffered a tremendous loss. All of them are missing the two young men.

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A newly discovered species of dinosaur was a tiny relative of Tyrannosaurus rex and has thrown light on how the reptile came to dominate the ancient North American food chain.
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Tiny Harris’ Recent Photo Has Fans Saying She Looks Like A Kid – Check It Out Here

Tiny Harris’ fans are amazed by how young she looks in a recent photo and they made sure to highlight this in the comments section. Take a look at the pic below to see for yourself.

In the pic, she styled her hair in a charming way, and she’s showing off a Fashion Nova outfit.

Someone commented ‘She looks like she did some bad and tryna calm her mom down lol,’ while another fan said ‘That Blue is so Royal. And it has the Pure White.’

A follower was not so familiar with Fashion Nova and said ‘Everybody talking about fashionova…let me see what all the hype about. I have to order something.’

Someone else suggested that Tiny had a cosmetic intervention on her nose: ‘Knew she being looking different. She got her nose pinched. Money well spent.’

Another person shared that ‘Tiny is looking different or her makeup artist is bomb af ♥♥♥

One follower posted that ‘she looks pretty, we need tiny makeup secrets her eyeliner and lips is popping yesss.’

Recently, Tiny was in the spotlight recently after she took a stand, calling for an investigation into a violent incident that took place in Hazle Township in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.

There was a group of students who got caught in a horrible brawl at the Hazleton Area High School.

Videos of the fight went viral because they also showed an African-American student being forcibly restrained by the school police and resource officers. Tiny wanted to raise awareness of what had happened.

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Tiny Miracles

Some people celebrate a child’s birthday with cake, ice cream, balloons and presents. Maybe a clown or a bouncy house. For one Happy Valley, Oregon, family, the festivities wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Kaiser Permanente Sunnyside Medical Center.

Each July, Kanani and Mychal Porotesano and their little girl Natiaaulelei stop by Labor and Delivery, where Kanani was on bed rest for six weeks before giving birth in 2016. They also visit the NICU where Natiaaulelei received care for more than three months until she was ready to be discharged home. That first birthday, they brought doughnuts; the second, pizzas.

“It makes sense that we celebrate our daughter’s birth and wellness journey with our extended family at Sunnyside. The doctors and nurses there are some of the most special human beings on earth,” enthused the mother of two. “They really touched our hearts.”

Comfort in difficult times 

Talking about her family’s NICU experience is emotional for Kanani because “our daughter is thriving now. But things could have been very different.” She is grateful that staff kept the couple informed about their baby’s health status, answered their questions, “made the difficult times manageable, and comforted us when we were scared, tired and overwhelmed.”

Thatcher recently — a thriving, happy baby.

Thatcher recently — a thriving, happy baby.

As they do with all members, staff found a way to personalize the family’s NICU experience. For example, a registered nurse played recorded Hawaiian music in Natiaaulelei’s room after discovering that Mychal’s ukulele-playing calmed the baby’s heart rate. “How sweet to have that level of care and detail!” said Kanani.

Starting with Thatcher Tousignant, the location’s first patient in 2014, more than 1,300 babies — including 71 sets of twins and three sets of triplets — have received the chance for a healthy future, thanks to evidence-based practice and the NICU’s highly trained staff.

Thatcher’s mother, Tiffany Tousignant, said, “You could tell that it’s more than a ‘job’ for them. They have a real passion for helping people. They cared for our son as if he were their own.” Since then, Tiffany and her husband, Robbie, have had three more babies in the NICU. Like other parents, they say it’s a joyful time when they can take their babies home, yet bittersweet, because it’s hard to say goodbye to the special people who cared for their baby since birth.

Forming strong bonds 

Not everyone returns to the NICU with doughnuts and pizza, as the Porotesano family does. But many form strong and lasting bonds with doctors, nurses and other staff after going through uncertain times together. Some stay connected on Facebook or text messaging. At the most recent reunion, Kaiser Permanente gave NICU “graduates” socks emblazoned with “Big Feats Ahead.” Of that annual reunion, Stephanie Roderick, director of Maternal-Child/Women’s Health, said, “There’s nothing better than seeing a baby grow and thrive after having had a rough start in life.”

Caring as a team 

Hillary Nicholson, MD, NICU medical director, said that parents often tell her the hardest thing about having a baby in the NICU is going home at night without them, but they’re comforted that their little ones are in good hands. A team of doctors, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, respiratory therapists, social workers, pharmacists, dieticians, educators, managers and others give their full attention to the smallest details for the hospital’s smallest patients. (So small, in fact, that some babies fit into the palm of your hand, and blood pressure cuffs are no bigger than a Band-Aid.)

Dr. Nicholson added, “It’s an honor and a privilege to care for these tiny patients. We give our heart and soul to give them the best start in life.”

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The T Rex’s tiny baby arms might have been way more useful than they seem

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Running into a Tyrannosaurus rex in the wild would have been a truly frightening thing for just about any animal that roamed the earth between 65 million and 80 million years ago, and for an obvious reason. The mighty meat-eater was huge in size and had a mouth built to turn bones into powder. If it snagged you with its jaws you were probably going to have a bad time, but nobody was afraid of its puny little arms… or were they?

As Live Science reports, a new study presented at a recent meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology took a close look at how T. rex’s arms would have functioned, and it makes some bold predictions.

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Stormy Daniels Picks Trump’s Tiny ‘Mushroom’ Penis From a Lineup on Kimmel

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The last time Stormy Daniels appeared on Jimmy Kimmel’s show, he grilled her about how big Donald Trump’s “junk” is. At the time, she refused to get into specifics. Perhaps she was afraid of legal action by the president. Or she was just saving it for her book.

On Tuesday night, the same day her new tell-all Full Disclosure went on sale, Daniels returned to Jimmy Kimmel Live! Since her last appearance, Daniels told Kimmel she has “less beeps to give.” Whereas before she carefully calibrated every word that came out of her mouth, this time she did not hesitate to talk in detail about her first night with Trump. Kimmel’s first guest Sarah Paulson was so excited she stayed on stage to watch.

“I thought he was channeling Hugh Hefner, but significantly less sexy,” she said of Trump’s pajamas druing their alleged encounter. “He followed orders much better back then,” Daniels said, joking that she would have to “speak in Russian” to get him to do anything now. She even acted out the moment in which she spanked him with a magazine that had his face on the cover with Kimmel, using her new book of course.

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