After a moment of reflection, T.I. gets back on the grind.
Losing a family member is never easy, and losing a sibling is even more devastating. In February, T.I.'s older sister, Precious Harris, passed away after an asthma attack caused her to slam into a telephone pole while she was driving T.I.'s Dodge Avenger. She passed away about a week after the incident while on life support in the ICU. Our deepest condolences go out to the entire Harris family, and especially T.I., who may feel a certain way about providing the vehicle at the center of the incident. Precious was 66 years old.
According to TMZ, T.I. halted production of his T.I. & Tiny: Friends and Family Hustle show as soon as he heard Precious was in the accident. The series has been on a hiatus since mid-February, but it's back to business for T.I. and his family now. TMZ's sources claim T.I. and his family recently filmed a kickball episode called "Team Family VS. Team Hustle." It appears that T.I. filmed the episode in an indoor arena, and it looks like he didn't play for either team since he is pictured in all black in this photo. It's good to see the Harris family back on their grind, proving once again that their hustle is unstoppable.