“T.I. and Lil Boosie, I know that you could have went to war, y’all could have just done a whole bunch of tremendous crazy shit, but the fact that y’all show that two Black men can get together and can talk it out, I really commend that, I really respect that,” N.O.R.E. said at the 2:30:00-mark of the Drink Champs episode, which featured Wiz Khalifa. “I really salute that because we need to keep pushing that. That it’s not always drama.”
Wiz agreed with N.O.R.E., who added, “A disagreement doesn’t lead to y’all fighting and shooting. I love the fact that you got together. So T.I. and Boosie, wherever y’all are at. I wanna salute. I’m so tired of violence.” Wiz then suggested that there are no issues with a fight now and then, but he doesn’t like seeing anything turn to gun violence.
Back in February, Boosie announced that he scrapped plans to release a joint album with T.I. and accused him of snitching to avoid a gun charge. The pair traded shots over social media until T.I. provided paperwork that he said disproved the claims of snitching.
Last month, Tip said that his issues with the Baton Rouge rapper have been solved, and Boosie admitted he “misspoke” when he accused the Atlanta rapper and actor of snitching on his dead cousin Toot. The claims made against T.I. surfaced because of a 2020 episode of his show expediTIously, in which he recalled a 2000 incident when a firearm was uncovered as he removed stolen clothes from a car. His lawyer allegedly said he could “make everything go away” if he pinned the weapon on Toot, who was murdered in the middle of T.I.’s trial.
"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 gonna come and motherfuckin’ extradite me from here!’” said T.I. in the clip, which convinced Boosie to cancel his record with the rapper. Boosie called T.I. a “rat” after the clip, and criticized him for cooperating with law enforcement. T.I. denied the allegations and later explained to Boosie what really went down, and said his claims in the episode were “embellished.”
“I believe that [Boosie] has come to terms with that understanding, and it’ll be handled offline,” T.I. told TMZ in March, speaking on his relationship with Boosie. “It ain’t no beef.”