AceShowbiz - Rapper T.I. has shut down production on his family's reality show "T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle" after his sister was hospitalised.
The "Whatever You Like" rapper's sister, Precious Harris, was reportedly involved in a car crash in Atlanta, where both she and her famous brother live, on Wednesday, February 14. And according to website TMZ, T.I. and his wife Tameka 'Tiny' Cottle-Harris (Tameka Cottle), have now halted production on the VH1 show while Precious is reportedly being treated in an intensive care unit.
Sources told the website that Precious hit a pole, which triggered an asthma attack. However, the exact condition of the 66-year-old, who often appears on the show, is unknown.
T.I., who is very close to his sister, is reportedly devastated and, along with Tiny, took the decision to suspend filming until Precious' health improves.
At the weekend, February 17-18, the Harris family took to social media to urge friends and fans to pray for their beloved relative.
"Anybody that really know me knows how special & how much I cherish & love this lady," Tiny wrote in the caption of a picture of her with Precious on Instagram. "Pls pray for my sister & family. She's a true fighter...always have been & God has the last word..."
Precious' daughter, Kamaya, also expressed her love for her mother in a touching post, "Hey bestfriend. You are loved. We need you. Mama everybody is praying for you. Like everybody. You will get through this babykeep fighting WE got you."
While two of T.I's six children, Deyjah and brother King Harris, also took to Instagram to share their love and support for their aunt as well.
"auntie precious ...i love you. everything is gonna be just fine," Deyjah wrote in her Instagram Story. "I need to be by you so that you can feel my energy and know and feel that everything will be okay. see you soon."