Boosie Badazz has something to say about two dozen women who accused Tip "T.I." Harris and his wife, Tameka "Tiny" Harris, of sexual assault.
The Louisiana rapper made the comments in an ongoing interview with DJ Vlad, of Vlad TV.
In a newly released segment, Boosie said he supports his Atlanta pals and he called their accusers liars.
"I feel it's lies. I feel it's lies because if T.I. and Tiny ask somebody to come to them, them b*tches gon' fly in the Rolls Royces. B*tch you gon' fly... We celebrities. Nobody ain't gotta try hard. Nobody gotta drug you b*tch. If anything, you might try to drug me... You ready to put your feet on the carpet of this Rolls Royce b*tch!"
"You are able and willing. Ain't nobody drugging nobody. That is bullsh*t. Lies! When people see you down, they kick you... That's just how it is bro. When people see an opening for money? Money is the root of all evil... Sit your b*tch ass down."
Boosie also spoke on the recent theft of his autographed shoes from T.I.'s Trap Museum in Atlanta. The rapper offered $2,000 for the return of the shoes.
Watch the segment below:
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Saweetie celebrated her "28th birthday at a Freaknik-themed bash at Goya Studios on July 2, in Los Angeles, California.
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Celebrity guests included disgraced Atlanta power couple Tip "T.I." Harris and his long-suffering wife Tameka "Tiny" Harris, who are still under investigation on the West Coast for drugging and sexually assaulting women.
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Other invited guests included fashion designer Karl Kani (pictured), Karreuche Tran, Chloe Bailey, Justin Combs and his brother Christian Combs, and more.
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The birthday girl showed out in a Louis Vuitton-inspired mini skirt and spaghetti-string crop top with platform Louis Vuitton sandals. Saweetie, who was born after the Freaknik glory days, was accompanied by her two aunties who provided consulting services about twerking on top of cars down Peachtree Street.
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The "Icy Girl" rapper wore bejeweled "Benjamins" rollers in a loose bun atop her head, similar to the style worn by Atlanta freaks and out-of-towners during the original Freaknik street party in Georgia. Freaknik was banned in the 1990s by the Atlanta mayor for tying up traffic on Peachtree and disrupting at least one wedding downtown.
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The hip-hop star completed her look with icy diamond pendants and iced out loop earrings, and a white Louis Vuitton handbag.
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Guests, including aspiring actress Karrueche Tran, were encouraged to wear 1990s styled fashions. Karrueche complied with the dress code by wearing a bandana-print outfit, complete with an impossibly short mini skirt and a crop top with matching jacket.
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Rapper Tip "T.I." Harris legally lashed out at the woman who alleges he put a gun to her head and threatened to kill her.
Sabrina Peterson is suing T.I. and his wife Tameka "Tiny" Harris for defamation, but in new legal documnents obtained by TMZ, T.I. is asking a judge to throw her defamation lawsuit out of court.
T.I. claims Peterson's reputation is already so scandalous, that it's impossible to harm her reputation any further.
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As TMZ reported, in her lawsuit filed earlier this year, Peterson claims T.I. and Tiny smeared her good name with public statements and social media posts.
However, the rapper's lawyer, Andrew Brettler, claims Peterson "is an adjudged liar, a convicted felon with a lengthy rap sheet for crimes involving dishonesty and violent assault, and has a reputation for being unscrupulous."
Additionally Brettler says there's no way T.I. and Tiny could besmirch Peterson's already sullied reputation.
According to Peterson's lawsuit, Tiny referred to Peterson on social media as "strange," and added, "everybody know you been special."
Peterson claims she has since become the target of online harassment and threatening messages, but T.I. claims she can't sue over those comments because they are just opinions.
T.I. retained Brettler because he is admitted to try cases in California, where Peterson lives. T.I.'s longtime attorney, Atlanta-based Steven Sadow, is only licensed to practice law in Georgia.
Defamation, also known as slander, is more difficult to prove because it is usually uttered as an opinion.
Tip "T.I." Harris and his long-suffering wife Tameka "Tiny" Harris avoided the news media by skipping the red carpet at the movie premiere of "Meet The Blacks 2: The House Next Door" at the Regal Cinemas in Los Angeles.
T.I., 40, and wife Tiny, 45, made sure to avoid the media as they left the theater through a side door. But a BACKGRID photographer was there waiting to grab a quick photo of the camera-shy couple.
The couple reportedly purchased a $3 million Atlanta mansion late last year. The listing was private for the 14,000-square-foot 7-bed, 10-bath mansion which boasts a massive pool, gym, a spa and an outdoor fireplace.
T.I. announced his final album, titled Kill The King, as he prepares to bow out of the rap business to focus on other business endeavors.
The father-of-7 announced the new album at the end of his music video for his single "What It's Come To."
The single is in response to the drama surrounding Atlanta socialite Sabrina Peterson who accused the couple of sexually assaulting her.
T.I. and Tiny face multiple sexual assault accusations from dozens of women.
After filing a lawsuit against the couple, Sabrina told T.I. she would drop the lawsuit if he apologized publicly.
She also took a lie detector test which showed there was no deception.
Another lawsuit that was filed against T.I. and Tiny in Las Vegas was dropped due to the statute of limitations expiring.
T.I. and Tiny have vigorously denied all allegations through their attorney.
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Tip "T.I." Harris laughed off Sabrina Peterson's request for an apology in exchange for dropping her lawsuit.
Peterson previously accused T.I. of putting a gun to her head during an argument a few years ago. She also accused the 40-year-old rapper and his wife, Tameka "Tiny" Harris, 45, of sexually assaulting her.
After her allegations went viral, dozens of women came forward and accused the Harrises of drugging and raping them as well.
Last week, Peterson demanded an apology from T.I. in exchange for dropping a sexual assault lawsuit that she filed earlier this year.
"Tell the truth about me, tell the truth about what you did to me and apologize and I'm gone. I don't want one dime and here's the other stipulation, do it within seven days... Within seven days, tell the truth and apologize and I'm gone."
The busy entrepreneur said the ongoing legal drama was taking precious time away from her growing brand.
"I don't want a dime from yo... but if I gotta keep drawing this sh-t out, if I gotta keep stepping away from my motherf--king brand, I gotta keep stepping away from my weed and my weed jars, I gotta keep stepping away from my motherf--king packaging, I gotta keep stepping away from my fundraising I'm supposed to be doing, my 12 million dollar fundraiser, if I gotta keep stepping away from my godd--mn desk to answer these godd--mn calls... then it is what it is."
On Monday, T.I. responded to Peterson's request by laughing. The father-of-seven posted a photo of himself laughing his head off. He captioned the image, "An apology? - Drako voice #WhatItsComeTo."
On Memorial Day, Peterson fired back by posting a "Narcissist Check List" along with the caption: "Pride comes before the fall."
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Rapper Tip "T.I." Harris responded to new allegations that he drugged raped a woman in a new track, titled "What It's Come To."
The father-of-7 posted a sheet of notebook paper on Instagram with handwritten song lyrics that seemed to suggest he is a victim who was sent to earth on a mission from God, and that "lying a** 8*tches" are trying to derail his mission.
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T.I., 40, and his wife, Tameka "Tiny" Harris, 45, face a lawsuit filed by a woman who accused them of drugging and raping her.
She said she was introduced to the couple at a nightclub after his concert. The woman said, after having a drink with the couple, they invited her to their hotel room with other women.
Eventually, the other women left and it was just her, Tiny and T.I. left in the room. She said she followed the couple into the bathroom where she disrobed, and Tiny began to wash her.
According to court documents, T.I. asked the woman to rub him down with body oil while Tiny climbed on her back and slid up and down her back.
T.I. allegedly slipped his toes into the woman's vagina, and she recalls telling him "no" before rushing into the bathroom and throwing up.
She said she woke up the next morning and noticed her vagina was "very sore and had a burning/itching sensation."
She didn't explain why she waited years to tell her story.
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T.I. addressed the shocking allegations in his new track.
"This is what it come to / I was built for all this sh*t / God sent me here on a mission / That's the real Atlanta / Lotta rich white folk up in Buckhead wanna steal Atlanta... Willing to face whatever consequences for His vision... While I'm up against some lying a** b*tches / Damn. This is what it come to..."
Rapper Nelly has been named in an ongoing lawsuit filed by an anonymous woman accusing rapper T.I. and his R&B singer wife, Tameka "Tiny" Harris of sexual assault.
The unidentified woman, known only in the papers as "Jane Doe 4", is among numerous women accusing the former reality TV couple of drugging and sexually assaulting them.
According to court documents, obtained by Bossip.com, Jane Doe 4 alleges she was hired as a teenager to work as Tiny's personal assistant. She said she was later given drugs and forced to have intercourse with Nelly, who was apparently willing to go along with it.
The woman also claims the couple frequently forced her to have sex with Tiny and other women, and also made her take high doses of ecstasy.
T.I., 40, and Tiny, 45, have vigorously denied the claims against them.
Nelly, 46, has yet to respond to the allegations, or file a counter response.
The rapper previously settled two lawsuits filed by women accusing him of forcing them to have sex. A settled a lawsuit filed by a woman who claimed he had his way with her after a meet-and-greet at a 2017 concert in Essex, England.
The year before, Nelly reached a similar settlement with another woman, who claimed he sexually assaulted her on his tour bus following a show in Washington.
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Tameka "Tiny" Harris clapped back at her former bestie and hair stylist Shekinah Jo, who claimed Tiny told her what to say about Sabrina Peterson.
Over the weekend, Shekinah Jo claimed Tiny turned her back on their friendship after coaching her to slander Tiny's other former friend, Sabrina, who accused Tiny's husband, rapper T.I., of putting a gun to her head.
Sabrina also claimed T.I. and Tiny were sexual predators who drugged and preyed on unsuspecting women over the years.
T.I. and Tiny have vigorously denied the allegations through their attorney. But Tiny was outraged over Shekinah's allegations.
According to RhymeswithSnitch, after the story was picked up by The Neighborhood Talk Instagram gossip blog, Tiny stepped into the comment section to deny the claims and call Shekinah the B-word.
Shekinah Jo spilled the tea about her controlling relationship with former Xscape singer Tameka "Tiny" Harris over the weekend.
Shekinah claims her former best friend turned on her after Tiny urged Shekinah to put T.I.'s accuser, Sabrina Peterson, on blast.
If you recall, Shekinah (right) injected herself into the allegations surrounding Tiny and her husband, rapper Tip "T.I." Harris.
Sabrina claimed T.I. put a gun to her head during a hated dispute years ago. Then dozens of women messaged Sabrina on Instagram and Twitter to say T.I. and Tiny drugged and sexually abused them.
That's when Shekinah appeared to low-key confirm certain rumors about the former power couple during an Instagram Live.
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In a low-key sneaky way, Shekinah (left) seemed to confirm longstanding rumors that Sabrina enjoyed sexual relations with both T.I. and Tiny.
RhymeswithSnitch.com called Shekinah's Live "a misguided attempt to defend T.I. and Tiny, Tiny's friend, Sabrina."
But others say Shekinah did it intentionally to get back at T.I. and Tiny for dismissing her from their reality TV series.
In a tearful confessional on Bigo Live over the weekend, Shekinah explained that she and Tiny are no longer friends after Shekinah apparently botched Tiny's instructions.
Instead of putting Sabrina on blast, Shekinah's message actually raised more questions about T.I. and Tiny's involvement with Sabrina.
Shekinah claims Tiny was in the room and coached her on what to say about Sabrina. But her attempt to diss Sabrina misfired badly. Tiny parted ways with Shekinah soon after.
Now Shekinah is hurt and confused and spilling her guts about her controlling relationship with ex-bestie Tiny.
Watch Shekinah's confessional below.
Notorious gossip vlogger Tasha K (left) got a phone call from Sabrina Peterson after her show Friday night.
Sabrina (right) is the woman who accused rapper Tip "T.I." Harris of putting a gun to her head.
After her allegations went viral, a number of women came forward to accuse T.I. and his wife, Xscape singer Tameka Harris, of drugging and trafficking them.
No charges have been filed against the couple, but the damage has been done to their reality TV careers.
Tasha K is the vlogger known for spinning wild stories about celebrities for 'likes' and views on YouTube.
She was in court last week for a preliminary hearing in rapper Cardi B's defamation case against her.
Tasha recorded the phone call between herself and Sabrina on Friday. Both women scream over each other and call each other names.
Your auntie only watched half of the video. It's difficult to hear anything due to all the yelling.
Tasha claims Sabrina threatened to "cut" her. Tasha threatened to provide receipts proving Sabrina cut someone else and was previously jailed for assault.
Watch the video below.