Tiny stops into “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show” to address the recent comments by Floyd Mayweather and Lil Wayne launches his own sports management company and signs a soccer superstar.

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As previously reported Floyd Mayweather shocked onlookers at his recent press conference for his upcoming fight with Marcos Maidana.  The boxer was asked about T.I. and it sounded like he said he had been intimate with Tameka Tiny Harris.  The next day he took to his Instagram page and tried to clear things up, saying he was misquoted.

A couple of days later, out of nowhere Tiny dropped a new single “What The F–k You Gon Do, and the music video to go with it.  Clearly the song is a message for T.I. and it’s painfully obvious that things between the two, isn’t going to good.  In an effort to clear the air, Tiny stopped into “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show” and answered some tuff questions and addressed Floyd’s recent comments.

Hear's what The Family Hustle star had to say:

Meanwhile, Tiny’s not the only one dropping singles out of the blue.  Her other half, dropped the joint “Stay,” Tuesday this week and opened up about his feelings as well.

I hope they can get it together and save their marriage, for more details listen to Tha Wire below.

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Finally, Lil Wayne is following in Jay Z’s footsteps and according to TMZ has launched his own sports management company.  Like Jigga, Weezy is said to be after the world’s most elite athletes and speaking of which, sources tell TMZ, soccer phenomenon Cristiano Ronaldo is about to be down with the Young Money crew.

Word has it Wayne has been looking to tap into sports management for a minute and he’s always been into soccer.  By the way sources say one of the main reasons he’s said to have signed Ronaldo, is because he and the team Portugal star are friends.

Listen to Tha Wire below and find out what Weezy's company will be doing for Ronaldo.  Meanwhile, this morning there was evidence that some sort of deal transpired as Ronaldo posted a pic of himself with the Prime Minister of Japan and other Japanese politicians throwing up the YMCMB sign.

Listen to Tha Wire now for even more details on today's stories, plus find out what celebs are celebrating birthdays this weekend.