The Baton Rouge legend joined VladTV once again on Thursday night (April 27) for another explosive interview where he explained the two handled the spat like “bosses” after a phone conversation.
“It just went like two bosses of handling it, man,” he began. “First of all, we got kids who love each other. First we wasn’t agreeing and we was going back-and-forth and you know he spoke how he felt and I spoke how I felt. He felt me and I felt him. I gave him an apology.
“After we kept going back-and-forth, the things he was doing for me in my life at the time, I kinda felt bad. I kinda felt bad he was doing some real shit helping me in a lot of ways but I told him I still stand on what I stand on. When he explained it to me, we got by it.”
Boosie continued: “We got by like bosses supposed to get by. We ain’t let the internet or none of that bring us out of character.”
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Boosie and Tip were spotted together in St. Louis Lambert International Airport earlier in April and many speculated that’s where they cleared up their issues, but that turned out not to be the case as Boosie pointed out in his latest interview that a phone call took place prior.
The pair’s spat was sparked in February after Boosie Badazz labeled T.I. a “rat” for admitting he once pinned a gun case on his dead cousin to avoid going to jail.
An outspoken critic of snitching, the Baton Rouge rapper also canceled the joint album they were planning to release together, saying Tip’s confession “ruined everything.”
The Grand Hustle general later claimed that he “embellished” the story about his late relative, which contained “humor” and “sarcasm” that escaped Boosie, while also sharing a photo of court documents purportedly proving he didn’t snitch.
The King rapper was then seen waving around said documents at a “paperwork party” he hosted in his native Atlanta, and put Boosie on blast for apparently ignoring his invite to “pull up.”
In an interview with TMZ in March, though, T.I. downplayed the notion that he and Boosie had “beef” and implied the “Wipe Me Down” rapper had “come to terms” with the fact that he “misspoke.”