American rapper T.I is reportedly unhappy with rumoured girlfriend Bernice Burgos' after her date with rapper Nick Cannon. The 38-year-old fashion model and Mariah Carey's former husband were recently spotted together at Nobu restaurant in Malibu.
According to a report in Hollywood Life, T.I is feeling jealous over their recent meet-up. A source said: "T.I. is feeling a bit envious over Nick's meeting with Bernice."
"T.I. thinks Bernice still looks really good, finds her very attractive and he is not surprised Nick is taking her out for expensive dinners. T.I. has always had a soft spot for Bernice so he gets upset and doesn't like it whenever he sees her with another man," the insider added.
"T.I. is scoffing at Bernice's claim that it was only business with Nick. He just doesn't buy it. T.I.'s no fool, he knows Nick's a player, Bernice is gorgeous, and Nick would love to get together with her in the bedroom too," the source shared.
In 2017, T.I's wife Tameka 'Tiny' Cottle filed for divorce from her husband after rumours hinted that T.I. had an affair with Burgos. Tiny and Burgos have had several nasty exchanges online. However, the 43-year-old singer forgave her man and took him back.
"He's fully committed to Tiny," the source continued. "He loves his wife and is doing all he can to make things work with the mother of his kids. He is not trying to wine and dine Bernice."
T.I. and Tiny exchanged vows on July 30, 2010, in Miami Beach, Florida. The couple had been in a relationship since 2001. They have three children together — King, Major Philant, and Heiress Diana.
T.I. has three other children — Messiah, Domani, and Deyjah — from his previous relationships, while Tiny has an older daughter, Zonnique Pullins, from a previous relationship.
Meanwhile, in July, Tiny revealed that she hired a private investigator to follow T.I. In an interview on Bravo's new show Kandi Koated Nights, hosted by Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss, she said: "I definitely would recommend it. It is expensive, though. But it worked."