Tiny (real name Tameka Harris) appears to be refuting rumors that her friendship with Tamar Braxton is over.

The songwriter took to Instagram to share the story of how she gave birth to her youngest child in celebration of World Prematurity Day. In the post, Tiny shared how her daughter Heiress was welcomed by her godparents, Braxton and Vincent Herbert, when she was born.  

Tiny’s post came shortly after rumors started swirling that she and Braxton are no longer friends. Braxton reportedly unfollowed Tiny on Instagram, and many believe it was because Tiny showed support to Monica, who appeared on “The Real” as a guest host. Braxton has not addressed the rumor, but she set her Instagram account to private.

Prior to this rumor, speculations that Braxton unfollowed two other friends on Instagram had already surfaced. The singer-reality star reportedly unfollowed Monica and Toya Wright after they appeared on the daily talk show she used to co-host. Monica has remained mum about the issue, but Wright hinted that a rift between her and Braxton exists.

In an excerpt from her book, “In My Words… My Reality,” Wright said she never had a chance to guest on a talk show a friend used to co-host while the friend was still part of the show. Much to her surprise, Wright said, her publicist was able to book her for a guesting stint easily after the friend exited the program. Wright also said that she and the friend are no longer communicating. While she did not name anyone, many assumed that Wright was referring to Braxton.

Braxton was laid off from “The Real” before the third season aired. While a statement from the show claims Braxton’s exit was a mutual decision, Braxton maintains that she was blindsided. Braxton has also reportedly cut ties with her former co-hosts, Loni Love, Jeannie Mai, Adrienne Bailon and Tamera Mowry-Housely.  

Tamar Braxton Did Tamar Braxton end her friendship with Tiny? Pictured: Tamar Braxton performs "I Don't Have You" during the 2015 BET Awards in Los Angeles on June 28, 2015. Photo: REUTERS/Kevork Djansezian