T.I. and his wife Tiny are facing multiple allegations of sexual assault and misconduct, which they have denied on multiple occasions. The latest such denial came on a recent episode of the Big Facts Live podcast.
In the podcast, which is hosted by Big Bank and DJ Scream, the Atlanta rapper hit back against his accusers and denied the allegations. “Listen, man, that shit don’t hurt me,” T.I. said at the 1:57:20 mark of the podcast above when Big Bank danced around the subject. “What the hell they talking about you drugging hoes n’ shit?” Big Bank, to which T.I. shook his head.
“Shit didn’t happen,” he replied loudly. “Lemme ask you a question. If that were really going on—they sent that shit to the feds, to GBI—I trust in every legal law faculty to do they job." As of March, T.I. and Tiny have been accused of subjecting over 30 alleged victims, including one man, to “forced drugging, kidnapping, rape, and intimidation” in the states of California and Georgia. They have previously denied the allegations on numerous occasions.
“To be honest with you bro, stupid people listen to stupid people," T.I. continued. "It's simple as that. The name of the show is Big Facts. You show me one motherfuckin' big fact on the subject and we can continue the discussion. This shit started January 29th.” When Bank suggested the NDAs Tip allegedly had multiple people sign could be used as proof, he refuted. “You go to any superstar's house or any kind of private gathering, you're going to sign [an NDA]. Privacy and anonymity must be held in high regard. That don't mean nobody doing anything."
Bank also brought up how one of the alleged victims, Sabrina Peterson, has asked for an apology from T.I., who responded by flipping his middle finger up. “Hey man, I told you before. I know from whence my blessings come, I’m not negotiating with no terrorist,” he said. “Do your worst."
In another portion of the interview, at the 2:05:00 point of the podcast, he also suggested that there’s people praying for his downfall amid the allegations. “Why, all of a sudden, after all of these many years of service to the community, decades of integrity and showing people who I am... I just become a creep to people,” he said. “I ain’t bullshitting bruh. Motherf*ckers just want me to be a creep so f*cking bad. Like, my n***a, where that come from?”
The Atlanta rapper continued to push back against the narrative that he’s a “creep” or a sexual predator. “A Peepin-Tom ass muthaf*cker. An old under-the-bed-sniffin'-socks muthaf*cker," he said. "I ain't never presented myself as nuthin' but a playa. I don't understand where this narrative came from."
From there, T.I. appeared to reference the controversy from 2019, when he claimed that he accompanied his 18-year-old daughter to have her hyman checked to confirm she was still a virgin. “Let's take the instance with my daughter Deyjah. I made a joke, I spoke on something," he said. "Granted, I probably shouldn't have spoke on it, and it probably wasn't a laughing matter. Only because she didn't find it funny. How did it go from that to he must be messin with her, he forced her to go?"
T.I. concluded by saying that he has “no desire to be a creep.”
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