ATLANTA,GA (August 14, 2017)Businessman,Entrepreneur,Philanthropist,Music and Television Mogulult “Master P” Miller, owner of the New Orleans Gators along with Businesswoman,Music and TV Star TameKa “Tiny” Harris,first female owner of a Global Gender Mixed professional basketball team the Atlanta Heirs, came together to make this historic announcement for the first Global Mixed Gender Professional Basketball League.
Tameka Harris,aka Tiny,is an American Singer,Songwriter,and Television Personality.She is popular for being a memberof the multi-platinum R&B vocal group ‘XSCAPE’.She is also the wife of lcon1c Rapper T.l. Harns.This talented lady has several hits to her credit. She wrote the song ‘No Scrubs’that helped her win a Grammy Award.She has also won two Soul Train Music Awards; one for Best New R&B Artist and the other for Best R&B Album. She has received the A-Town Music Award under the category Best Duo/Group as well.Besides singing and songwriting, Harris has starred an appeared on TV reality shows ‘Tiny and Toya’ and most recent the ‘T.I.& Tiny:The Family Hustle’.
Master P, the CEO of P. Miller Enterprises has sold over 100 million and is founder of the iconic No Limit Re cords. The New Orleans born and bred self-made multi-millionaire has appeared in numerous financial publications, including Forbes. An avid basketball player, he has played professionally for the NBA Charlotte Hornets and the Toronto Raptors. Moreover, Master P has played with the CBA Fort Wayne Fury and the ABA’s Las Vegas Rattlers.
Mr. Miller is also President of Global Mixed Gender Basketball League. League’s CEO James Scott welcomed the professionalism and expertise Mr. Miller brings to the table. “We are delighted that Mr. Miller has accepted this appointment. Under his guidance, our league, which has been in existence since 2013, will be able to expand both domestically and abroad. This iconic individual has the star power to propel the league to unimaginable heights,” Scott comments.