Tiny Becomes the First Female Owner of a Co-Ed Professional Basketball Team

ATLANTA, GA - SEPTEMBER 30: Recording Artist/T.I. Wife Tiny poses with 1 of the family cars attends AKOO's 2nd Annual 'A King Of Oneself Brunch' Hosted By T.I. at Ocean Prime on September 30, 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for AKOO Clothing)

Tiny attends AKOO’s 2nd Annual ‘A King Of Oneself Brunch (Getty)

Tiny is now the first female to own a co-ed basketball team. She recently announced on her Instagram page that she is the owner of The Atlanta Heirs, the cities first ever co-ed team. Many have guessed that they name was inspired by her third child with her husband.

Tiny held preliminary tryouts for the team on Thursday with the help of NBA player Shannon Brown, who is also the husband of singer Monica. She also received some assistance from retired WNBA player Kym Hampton.

Besides this announcement, no further information about the team has been released.