Soon after a rather tense incident involving another comedian that has since been squashed, Tip was at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn where he was greeted with a chorus of boos.

While at a venue in Atlanta, Tip was seen confronting a comic who made mention of the sexual assault allegations levied upon the veteran rapper.

T.I., a rapper most would say is deeply connected with the city of Atlanta, offered his take on the ongoing debate of the city's real residents.


Atlanta mayoral candidate Felicia Moore is still dealing with the loss to Andre Dickens in the race that was held on Tuesday, but she alleges that her chances were hurt by misinformation spread by the rapper T.I. & startup founder Issac Hayes III.

Prosecutors with the District Attorney's office in Los Angeles declined to press on with charges of sexual assault against T.I. and Tiny, citing that the allegations from the 2005 incident fall outside of the statute of limitations in the state.

After DaBaby unleashed a horribly misguided and homophobic rant during his set at Rolling Loud Miami, T.I. hopped into the bozo ring to support his fellow height-challenged rapper.

T.I., and his wife Tiny, have been mired in controversy after ex-associate Sabrina Peterson accused the couple of holding her at gunpoint and other salacious claims. The Atlanta rapper has always denied any wrongdoing and is now asking a judge to toss the defamation case she filed against him.

In a new track titled "What It's Come To," Tip seemingly addresses his accusers with some very direct bars despite the case being under active investigation in Los Angeles.


Lately the allegations of sexual assault against the couple have just been racking up with multiple women accusing them of similar actions. 

Details of an alleged 2005 incident sparked an investigation into the matter by the LAPD after an unidentified woman spoke with the authorities.

The sexual assault allegations continue to mount against T.I. and Tiny.