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Rappers T.I. and Boosiae Badazz ran into each other at the airport recently. The unscheduled meeting apparently ended well with the 2 men discussing their differences peacefully.

HipHopDX reports the two men ran into each other at a St. Louis airport on Sunday, April 9, after performing alongside Jeezy, Nelly, Twista and others as part of the Legends Never Die concert at the Enterprise Center the night before.

If you recall, their beef began in December after T.I. admitted he snitched on his dead cousin to beat a gun charge and avoid prison time.

In an episode of his podcast “ExpediTIously,” video, the father of 7 recalled he and his cousin Tremel, a.k.a. Toot, sold stolen merchandise out of his truck in Atlanta in the early 2000s.

“We at Lennox Mall parking lot, we unload the truck [of stolen clothes], I’m talking to the man while I’m making the play. This n***a looking at everything like, ‘Man, y’all got, y’all got?!’ ‘Muthaf**ka, we done said what you want! Get this s**t and go!'” said the rapper.

“And right then, mall security [pull up] … We get in the car and we pull off, and then of course, they followed behind us and called the real police. So before we actually get on the expressway, the real police pull us over. I have a gun.”

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T.I., pictured with his wife, Tiny, revealed Toot was murdered before their trial on gun charges began.

“We caught those gun cases, Toot died. My lawyer said, ‘Well, you know, I could make everything go away if it was Toot’s, it was Tremel’s.'”

T.I. said he spoke to his deceased cousin, who told him he would take the gun charges for him.

“After he had passed, I had a talk with him. Toot said, ‘I’ll take all the charges you got! If you can walk away free and put it on me, goddamn right! ‘Cause I’ll be damned if they gon’ come and muthaf–king extradite me from here!'”

Boosie was not impressed with T.I.’s confession. He called T.I. a “rat” and canceled their joint album.

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“With the T.I. situation, if he did that, you a f–king rat, too,” Boosie said in a video on VladTV. “I don’t spare no m——-ckin’ body. Because if you doing anything wrong, you doing anything criminal and you cooperate with law enforcement to get you out of trouble – that means you’re cooperating. That means you’re a rat.”

Rather than call or text his adversary, an outraged T.I. responded to Boosie in an Instagram post.

“PULL UP!!! My number the same & my address the same. I GOT MY PAPERWORK ready to show!!!” T.I. wrote.

He and Boosie had been working on a joint album since 2021. But their studio efforts were hindered by the pandemic.

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T.I. added: “To get on da net & speak on shit you’ve never spoke to me about is leaving me to believe you been hiding ya heart the whole time!!!! I’d NEVER speak ‘certain disrespect’ on your name/reputation bout a ‘IF’ homie… da convict code say When in doubt… pull the paperwork out!!!”

During a chat with TMZ, T.I. said they reached an agreement not to bad mouth each other online.

“I believe that someone has come to terms with that understanding, and it’ll be handled offline,” T.I. said. “It ain’t no beef.”

T.I. has been accused of snitching on his friends and associates in the past. But it was the first time he actually admitted to snitching publicly.

T.I. claimed that was the only time he “ever said or gave information,” about someone to avoid prison time.

“Because that’s my big cousin. He was dead and told me that it was OK,” T.I. reiterated.

Watch the video below.