Parents are outraged after rapper T.I.'s 17-year-old son, King, shared a video featuring strippers at his birthday bash on his Instagram Story.
King is the son of rapper Tip "T.I." Harris, 40, and Xscape singer Tameka "Tiny" Harris, 45.
King, who has over 720K followers on Instagram, was featured on T.I. and Tiny's now-canceled reality TV series.
The aspiring rapper who goes by the stage name "Kid Saiyan" turned 17 on August 25. To celebrate, the youngster smoked marijuana while filming nude, gyrating strippers on his cell phone. The floor is littered with dollar bills.
The video is still live on Instagram despite the fact that he is underage and most of his followers are minors.
Parents complained that King exposed their children to adult situations by sharing the inappropriate video on his feed.
Parents say they have contacted child protective services to report the child smoking marijuana while nude strippers dance.
Many parents asked where are his parents, while others noted that King is his father's son.
Question: Would you allow your 17-year-old son to smoke weed and hire nude women to dance for him?
CAUTION: Video contains nudity. Viewer discretion is advised.
Everyone has something they will gladly fight you for. T.I.'s middle son, King Harris, tells Complex.com he fought in a school bathroom over something near and dear to his heart: his family pride.
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A viral video shows the 15-year-old high schooler brawling with a boy in a bathroom while girls and boys looked on (maybe it was a unisex bathroom?)
The video shows King holding his own against the other boy. King walked into a hard right but he shook it off and proved he is his daddy's son.
"I can't tell you all that happened... basically... we fought," King tells Complex.com.
"This dude hit me one time, one time! It looked like he hit me a couple of times, but on God, you don't see nothing on my face. I still look light-skinned, no bruises, one bruise right here. That's all you see on me, no other bruises. Therefore, he hit me one time!"
So what was King fighting a kid over? King tells Complex the fight was over a Kodak Black Sniper Gang hoodie.
Kodak Black, who was transferred from a Miami prison to a facility in Kentucky, has beef with King's father, rapper T.I. Harris, 39. Kodak is serving 46 months in prison on weapons possession charges.
King is T.I.'s son with singer and reality TV personality Tameka "Tiny" Harris, 44.
Tip "T.I." Harris and R&B singer Marissa attended Spotify’s Open House Mixer at The Gathering Spot Private Club in Atlanta last night.
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Tameka "Tiny" Harris's sons, 12-year-old King Harris, center, and 8-year-old Major Harris, right, have a new children's clothing line about to drop called Rich Boys Clothing.
Here they are pictured with their cousin Mikai Cottle, left, who also contributes designs for their business venture.
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An Atlanta judge has ordered rapper T.I. to pay his baby mama $1,000 more per month than he had already been handing her. He also gets joint custody of his sons Messiah, 8, and Domani, 7.
Last week I received a letter from a woman who said she was Lashon Dixon's friend. She agreed that T.I. gave his sons everything, inlcuding four wheelers, toys and clothing. But she said T.I. kept everything at his mansion for the children's use when they came over.
She claimed Lashon didn't have the means to provide those same luxuries for the boys at her home.
The friend said it was unfair, but I chose not to publish the email because I feel that Lashon needs to get off her ass and get a job in addition to the monies she receives from T.I. every month so she can also provide those things to her children while they are at her home.
This ruling is a victory for all baby daddies everywhere -- regardless of their personal wealth -- who have to deal with trifling baby mamas.
From the Associated Press:
A judge on Tuesday ordered rapper T.I. to pay more child support to the mother of two of his children after she claimed he wasn't providing enough money.
Superior Court Judge Bensonetta Tipton Lane told the two-time Grammy winner, whose real name is Clifford Harris, to pay just over $3,000 a month to LaShon Dixon. He had been paying about $2,000 per month.
The judge also said the 27-year-old performer must continue to pay for the boys to attend private school, uninsured medical bills and expenses related to the children's extracurricular activities.
Tipton Lane also awarded the couple on Tuesday joint custody of the boys, ages 7 and 8. Dixon, 28, was granted primary physical custody. The children previously spent about 40 percent of their time with the rapper.
Dixon's attorney, Randy Kessler, said his client is still unsatisfied with the amount the judge ordered T.I. to pay but is happy to receive more child support.
"Every little bit helps," Kessler said. "She was just getting by with the children, while they lived a different life with their father. It can't be complete opposites on the other side." (Source)
Thanks to loyal reader 2bme for the tip!
Thanks to loyal reader Cherish for sending this pic of T.I. and Tiny's adorable son, 4-year-old King Harris, on the set of Mike Jones' video shoot for the song "Cutty Buddy".
By the way, I'm still reading through yesterday's Say Something Nice post to determine the winner of the two passes to T.I.'s private, star-studded birthday party at a private location - AND the dinner for two next week.
There were a few nice, genuine comments - key word being 'genuine' - and it's going to be difficult for me to choose a winner who will get the opportunity to meet the King and his Queen, Tiny.
T.I. and Grand Hustle are doing it up big for T.I.'s upcoming 3-day weekend. The winner will be announced tomorrow and you will be notified by email!
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