Following a standoff with the Los Angeles Police Department and later club security on Wednesday morning (April 30) at Supper Club, Atlanta rapper T.I. was questioned about the incident by a group of photographers outside of Mastro in Beverly Hills later that day.

When asked what went down at the Los Angeles club, T.I. asked photographers what fight they were referring to and even alluded to the Floyd Mayweather and Marcos Maidana fight taking place this weekend.

“The fight’s tomorrow. What are you talking about? The fight is Saturday, man,” T.I. said to the group, which included a TMZ photog.

Despite T.I.’s refusal to speak on the Supper Club incident, photographers continued to question the Southern wordsmith about the incident, which also involved fellow artist Game. At one point, one photographer even asked T.I. if there should be concern about safety at Supper Club.

“I don’t know what the fuck you talking about,” the rapper said in response to questions about safety. “Let me tell you something. The police have a certain thing called the police academy. If you want to join…So, if you ain’t gonna join the police academy then stop fighting crime.”

Following the incident on Wednesday morning, Game has remained silent in the matter. The Compton rapper has sent various tweets from his Twitter account since the brawl, but has not addressed the incident in any way.

Yesterday, TMZ reported that T.I., Game, and their entourages were involved in a standoff with police and then Supper Club security after two of their associates were in a physical altercation with club security.

Video of T.I. responding to photographers can be found below.

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