Jack Thriller says watching the T.I. and Floyd Mayweather feud unfold is “tough” for him because he respects both people. On one hand, Thriller says T.I. gave him his nickname. On the other hand, Thriller says he wins money every time Mayweather boxes and that he’s also a “really good guy.” Nevertheless, Jack Thriller says Mayweather should leave Tiny alone.
“Floyd be doing too much,” Thriller says in an exclusive interview with HipHopDX. “Floyd, he know how to get in a motherfucker head. And I think they been doing this shit for years. This shit is deeper than just the surface situation. But I think that, you don’t mess with nobody’s woman. Guys can’t take that. You can mess with people’s money. It don’t matter how many hoes you got on the side or whatever, you don’t mess with nobody’s woman. People will kill you over their woman.”
Still, Thriller says, T.I. will likely not be able to hurt Mayweather in the future.
“It might be kinda hard to kill Floyd, being that he got like 20 juggernauts traveling with him everywhere he go, that specialize in catching bullets and whatnot,” Thriller adds in an interview with DX’s Editor-In-Chief, Justin Hunte. “So I don’t even think the guns that T.I. has will be able to stop Floyd’s advances towards his woman, but I wish Floyd would let Tiny go. Leave her alone. Leave Shekinah alone. Now, I wanna fuck Shekinah. I wanna fuck Tiny’s friend Shekinah. She’s kinda bad. One of the baddest fat…she’s like fat-fine. But, yeah, Floyd, leave that man’s wife alone. Let that man live.”
Thriller isn’t the first to tell Mayweather to leave Tiny alone. 50 Cent has also expressed similar sentiments.
“Champ, what the fuck are you doin’?” 50 Cent said when news of feud between T.I. and Mayweather first surfaced. “You better make this shit make sense. You must think this nigga a bitch. You don’t play with a man wife like that, man. Man, you gon’ get shot over this shit, man. Man, even a bitch-ass nigga will shoot you for some shit like that.”
Yesterday (July 31), Tiny said there’s “hopefully” a chance for reconciliation with Mayweather.
Additional Reporting: Justin Hune