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.
A student who fought with a substitute teacher at a Miami high school faces criminal charges. The fight was captured on cell phone video and went viral online.
The incident happened on Monday, Jan. 13, at Miami Central High School in North Miami.
The video footage shows the substitute teacher and the aggressive student brawling in a classroom as other students record the chaos on their cell phones.
The teacher, who has short hair, traded punches with the unidentified student before putting her in a headlock. The student trapped the teacher against a desk then body-slammed her to the floor.
A male student pushed the girl off the teacher and held her down while the teacher climbed atop the girl and pinned her to the floor. The video doesn't show what sparked the fight.
A Miami-Dade Public School spokesperson said the student was not supposed to be in the classroom.
"All indicators point to the student having been the aggressor," said Daisy Gonzalez-Diego, chief communications officer for MDCPS, in an emailed statement to Bradenton.com.
"This is a regrettable and isolated incident between a student and a teacher, who otherwise maintained an amicable relationship. The Miami-Dade Schools Police Department continues to investigate this unfortunate matter," Gonzalez-Diego said. "It is evident the employee used great restraint in her attempts to de-escalate the situation."
The teacher will not be disciplined.
A Maryland teacher was arrested and booked into the county jail after she was caught on video fighting a student in her classroom. Vivian Noirie, 36, was charged with child abuse and assaulting the student at Largo High School.
The fight occurred at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 15, when the student confronted Noirie after she contacted her parents the day before.
Cell phone video shows Noirie repeatedly punching and kicking the student, who fights back. The teacher is wearing a grey top.
To their credit, the other students separated the combatants before two teachers stepped in to stop the altercation.
Police say they are also pursuing assault charges against the 17-year-old female student after reviewing the viral video.
According to Fox5 DC, the school's website says Noirie teaches Spanish at the school.
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