Rapper TI defiantly responds to sexual assault allegations in What It’s Come To music video

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TI has responded to recent sexual assault allegations in a new music video for his song What It’s Come To.

The Atlanta rapper, 40, seemed defiant as he bounced back on reports that he and wife Tameka “Tiny” Harris, 45, are under investigation in multiple states for allegedly abusing more than 30 women.

In the nearly five-minute video, TI, birth name Clifford Joseph Harris Jr., and Tiny attempt to portray their anonymous accusers as liars conspiring to cash in on their claims.

Self-defense: TI hit back at reports that he and wife Tameka 'Tiny' Harris are under investigation for sexual assault in his new music video for What It's Come To

Self-defense: TI hit back at reports that he and wife Tameka ‘Tiny’ Harris are under investigation for sexual assault in his new music video for What It’s Come To

The piece opens with close-ups on a research board before family therapist Syreeta Butler’s advice pops up on screen, saying, “A toxic person will create drama and then portray themselves as a victim.”

Then TI – nicknamed Tip – and Tiny enter the scene as images of bad press flash across the screen.

His anger is evident in the song, where he spits out lyrics like: ‘And they say hell have no fury like a woman’s scorn / F*** that, I’m crankin’ up the jury, who you lyin’ on shawty? / Extortion, are you on that, shawty?’

Things flash back to the evidence board, where a woman – whom TI calls “The Parasite” – continues to plot.

She has seen other women reach out and say, “Who wants to get a bag and remain anonymous?”

Shady: In the nearly five-minute video, TI, birth name Clifford Joseph Harris Jr., and Tiny try to portray their anonymous accusers as liars conspiring to cash in on their claims

Shady: In the nearly five-minute video, TI, birth name Clifford Joseph Harris Jr., and Tiny try to portray their anonymous accusers as liars conspiring to cash in on their claims

Wisdom: Advice from family therapist Syreeta Butler pops up on screen and says, “A toxic person will create drama and then portray themselves as a victim.

Wisdom: Advice from family therapist Syreeta Butler appears on screen and says, “A toxic person will create drama and then portray themselves as a victim.

Furious: His anger is evident in the song, where he spits out lyrics like: 'And they say hell have no fury like a woman's scorn / F*** that, I'm crankin' up the jury, who you lyin' on shawty ?  / Extortion, are you on that, shawty?'

Furious: His anger is evident in the song, where he spits out lyrics like: ‘And they say hell have no fury like a woman’s scorn / F*** that, I’m crankin’ up the jury, who you lyin’ on shawty ? / Extortion, are you on that, shawty?’

After several ladies show interest, The Parasite asks “Okay, do you have any stories about Tip and Tiny?” getting a woman to say she would “use up” all the dirt they needed.

The organizer seals the deal and texts a series of money bag emojis and long with a kiss and heart eyes symbols.

The Parasite then creates its “Game Plan,” which includes steps such as “Create Story,” “Find False Victims,” ​​and “Huge Payout.”

She then takes her evidence to a bumbling attorney who likes to collude with the accusers, perhaps a swipe at attorney Tyrone A. Blackburn, who represents several alleged victims.

In a press conference, TI portrays his accusers as vain, showing them preening themselves and taking selfies while the lawyer speaks.

In summary: She has seen other women reach out with a text saying

In summary: She has seen other women reach out with a text saying “Who wants to get a bag and remain anonymous?”

Everything: After several ladies have expressed an interest, The Parasite asks

Everything: After several ladies have expressed an interest, The Parasite asks “Okay, do you all have stories about Tip and Tiny?” getting a woman to say she would “use up” all the dirt they needed

The time has come: The deal closes, the organizer texts a series of money bag emojis and long with a kiss and heart eyes symbols

The time has come: The deal closes, the organizer texts a series of money bag emojis and long with a kiss and heart eyes symbols

But according to the story of the Whatever You Like rapper, karma eventually comes to the conspirators when “7 days later” they are flattened by a dumpster.

In May, it was reported that TI and Tiny were being investigated by the LAPD, based on claims that they sexually assaulted and drugged a woman they met at a nightclub in 2005.

The woman, identified only as “Jane Doe” in court documents, met detectives virtually in April after her attorney, Tyrone Blackburn, sent a letter to local authorities calling for an investigation into her allegations, according to The everyday beast.

Blackburn later said more than 30 women had come forward with stories of “forced drugging, kidnapping, rape and harassment in at least two states, including California and Georgia,” which happened between 2005 and 2018.

In response to reports, the Harrises Representation issued a statement stating: “The Harrises have not spoken to or contacted the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), the Las Vegas Police Department (LVPD) or, indeed, any member of the the law enforcement of any other jurisdiction in the country.”

Plan: The Parasite then creates its 'Game Plan', which includes steps such as 'Create Story', 'Find Fake Victims' and 'Huge Payout'

Plan: The Parasite then creates its ‘Game Plan’, which includes steps such as ‘Create Story’, ‘Find Fake Victims’ and ‘Huge Payout’

Defending the case: The prosecution takes her evidence to a bumbling attorney who likes to conspire with the prosecution, perhaps a swipe at attorney Tyrone A. Blackburn, who represents several alleged victims

Defending the case: The prosecution takes her evidence to a bumbling attorney who likes to conspire with the prosecution, perhaps a swipe at attorney Tyrone A. Blackburn, who represents several alleged victims

Shallow: In a press conference, TI portrays its alleged victims as vain, showing them polishing themselves and taking selfies as the lawyer speaks

Shallow: In a press conference, TI portrays its alleged victims as vain, showing them polishing themselves and taking selfies as the lawyer speaks

Even assuming the story in the Daily Beast is nearly accurate, it appears that the LAPD ‘prosecutor’ has once again chosen to remain anonymous, leaving us in no position to refute or disprove her allegations. refute – or even examine them.’

“Meanwhile, while we now appear for the first time to have the name of a ‘prosecutor’ who has allegedly filed a police report with LVPD, we have absolutely no details about her or her claim,” the statement concluded.

TI is no stranger to legal trouble. In 2010, he was serving an 11-month sentence in federal prison for violating his probation through possession of illegal drugs and association with a convicted felon.

In 2018, Harris was arrested outside the gated community where he lives for a felony of simple assault, disorderly conduct and public intoxication in Henry County, Georgia, after a security guard allegedly refused to let Harris enter the complex without a key.

And last September, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced that they were charging the rapper for promoting a fraudulent cryptocurrency.

Disclaimer: In response to reports, the Harrises Representation issued a statement stating,

Disclaimer: In response to reports, the Harrises Representation issued a statement stating, “The Harrises have not spoken to or contacted the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), the Las Vegas Police Department (LVPD) or, indeed, any member of the law enforcement of any other jurisdiction in the country.” The couple can be seen above on June 3 in Atlanta

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