Tip at march for humanity

Rapper T.I. has some aggressive fans, but not all of them are women. The rap mogul took part in Monday's March for Humanity in Atlanta to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s burial. The march began at King's Ebeneezer Baptist Church and concluded at the Georgia State Capitol.

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Killer Mike

Rapper Killer Mike is unimpressed with the Parkland High School survivors' March for Our Lives "progressive" push for gun control. In an interview with NRATV’s Colion Noir, Killer Mike warned that gun control will "progress us into slavery".

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West Coast rapper Nipsey Hussle, left, and Birdman, 2nd from left, held their individual album release parties at Medusa Lounge in Atlanta on Sunday night. Nipsey's guests included local rappers T.I., (pictured far right), Quavo Honcho, 2 Chainz, YFN Lucci, NBA player Isaiah Thomas (2nd from right), football player Pacman Jones, and more.

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T.I. Hosts Black Panther Screening in Atlanta

On Tuesday, Walmart and Marvel Studios presented an advance screening for the much-anticipated comic book superhero film Black Panther at Regal Hollywood Theater in atlanta.

Rapper T.I. brought out his children -- Major, 9, King, 13, Domani, 16, Messiah, 18, and baby Heiress, 1. The rap boss gave away 250 tickets to the screening at Walmart off Cascade Road on Monday.

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TI photos by Aric Thompson

Tip "T.I." Harris appeared at Walmart on Cascade Road to personally give away free tickets to the Atlanta screening of Marvel Studios' Black Panther. The Atlanta Walmart on Cascade Road was one of 5 locations nationwide to offer FREE tickets!

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Tiny Pee Wee

The Georgia Supreme Court will hear the appeal of a man who shot up rapper Lil Wayne's tour bus in April 2015. Jimmy Winfrey, aka Pee Wee Roscoe, was indicted on 27 charges, including gang violence and weapons possession. Prosecutors offered him 2 plea deals, both of which he denied, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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