A clip of T.I. has recently gone viral. The video shows him standing on stage with several associates, including DJ Toomp, when he asks the DJ to play one of their hit songs. Instead of honoring the rapper's request, however, the DJ went on to play the 2004 Destiny's Child song "Soldier," which T.I. is featured on. He shouted, "That ain't one of 'em! That ain't one of 'em!" Despite the mishap, T.I. went on to rap his 2001 I'm Serious track, "Dope Boyz," which was produced by DJ Toomp.
Last week, T.I. and his wife Tiny Harris also lost a $100 million lawsuit against MGA Entertainment. The couple was suing the company, claiming that they took inspiration for their doll collection from the girl group OMG Girlz. The group was formed by Harris in 2009. The lawsuit read, "The animated OMG Dolls copy the OMG Girl distinctive physical appearance, hair styles and hair colors, dress and mimic the OMG Girl released sound recordings." T.I. and tiny also accused MGA Entertainment of "cultural appropriation and outright theft of the intellectual property." Following the verdict, Tiny called the situation "horrible, but whatever," and T.I. claimed to want to "hear what the jurors have to say."
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Earlier this month, Swizz Beatz said he wants to see the rapper battle Rick Ross on Verzuz. "Rick Ross said he wanted T.I.," the producer said. He continued, "Rick Ross and Tip. Battle of the south. Crown of the south. King of the south." "T.I., talk to me. Ross you can fly your plane to the party," he also suggested.
In April, Boosie Badazz apologized to T.I. for calling him a "rat." He said, "After we kept going back-and-forth, [...] I kinda felt bad." Boosie said he, "kinda felt bad he was doing some real s**t helping me in a lot of ways but I told him I still stand on what I stand on." He also shared that the two of them have made amends.
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