Tameka “Tiny” Harris may be sharing her divorce drama on The Family Hustle, but she’s also sharing how she moves in the sports world. The reality show star has announced that she owns a coed professional basketball team.

Tiny went on her Instagram page to formally announce that she’s the owner of The Atlanta Heirs. In the photo, Tiny holds up an Atlanta Heirs jersey with several executives behind her.

"Proud to be the first female owner of a co-ed professional basketball league," she writes in the caption. "Thx to everyone in this picture for helping me make this monumental boss move!! I'm excited to share this with the world and more so with my city [Atlanta]."

According to Singersroom, The franchise is part of the Global Mixed Gender Basketball league that features both men and women players on the same team, along with male and female coaches, managers and staff.

Tiny also appeared at the basketball tryouts for her new team to look at some interesting prospects. Former NBA player and Monica's husband, Shannon Brown, and former WNBA player Kym Hampton, came out to show their support.

Tiny's business news follows her other announcement that her '90s R&B group Xscape are reuniting this year. There's no word on the group's plans to celebrate their reunion.

Congratulations to Tiny for making major business moves in the sports world.

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