T.I. Stands On Business And Steps To Club For Using His and Son King’s Image To Promote Event
T.I.'s son isn't the only one who will stand on business. The rapper went viral after confronting a club who used their likenesses on a flyer.
T.I.’s 19-year-old son King isn’t the only member of the family who will stand on business. The rapper went viral after confronting a club who used his and his son’s likeness to promote a party.
A video circulating online showed the moment T.I. visited Atlanta’s Elleven45 Lounge to call the venue out for promoting a party with a flyer that included photos of him and King.
“Na, you can talk to me!” T.I. yells in the clip before directing his attention to a doorman. “Until then, ain’t nothin’ goin’! Ain’t nobody gettin’ nothing goin’. Nothing!”
“Call who you need to call, do what you need to do! Ain’t nothing happenin’. No money, no beers, no-no partyin’, no sections, nothing!” he continued “You put me and mine on the mothafu**in’ flyer, na get me everything. And if you can’t, don’t play with me.”
The “Whatever You Like” rapper issued a final warning before leaving the scene letting the club know how well connected he is in his hometown.
“I don’t know if y’all from here, but n***a, don’t play with me in this city. It’s my mothafu**in’ city,” he exclaimed.
For those wondering about the flyer, it included an image of T.I. choking up his son King in reference to their now-viral dispute that took place last week inside a box suite at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. King became upset with his parents T.I. and Tiny Harris after they called out his claims of growing up in the hood.
When Tiny and T.I. joked about King spending time at his grandmother’s house because she let him suck a pacifier until he was 12, King became enraged and started yelling about how he will “stand on business.” It prompted T.I. to grab his son and remind him, “You can’t do nothing with me.”
Fans and critics have continued referencing the now-viral moment on social media, hence the nightclub trying to use it to promote a party.
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