A new comedy T.I. wrote and directed has found a distribution home on Tubi and will soon be making its way to the streamer.

Taking to Instagram on Monday (June 19), Tip announced his “unapologetic hood” comedy film Da Partments will be arriving on Tubi later this year. DC Young Fly serves as a producer on the film alongside Tip, while Lil Duval and Karlous Miller are named as executive producers.

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“The wait is almost over!!!! Get Ready for Uncensored Unhinged Unapologetic Hood humor at its finest…” T.I. wrote. “Fresh out the minds of ones who made it out the trenches & laughed all the way to the bank!!! Written & Directed by @tip for The Sauce Room Prod by @dcyoungfly & @tip Exec Prod @lilduval & @karlousm Introducing: The Haha Mafia”

He continued: “And Starring the coolest,funniest MFs in Atlanta. Some you know… & Some you should. We all would like to Welcome you to… DaPartments!!! Coming soon @tubi In Partnership wit @Swirlfilmsig.”

Check out a preview of the film below.

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In other news for T.I., his lengthy courtroom battle against his wife’s former friend, Sabrina Peterson — who claimed in a 2021 lawsuit that the rapper held her at gunpoint and was harassing her — appears to finally be nearing an end.

Earlier this month, an appeals court struck down several claims in Sabrina Peterson’s lawsuit against T.I. and his wife, Tiny Harris.

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Court documents reveal that California’s Second District Court of Appeal dismissed Peterson’s claims for trade libel, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and intentional and negligent interference with prospective economic advantage.

The Paper Trail rapper and his wife filed a motion to dismiss Peterson’s lawsuit shortly after it was filed. This was based on California’s anti-SLAPP law, which protects free speech.

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While the couple’s motion was initially denied, the appeals court ultimately sided with the couple.

Despite this, Peterson’s case has not been completely dismissed. She does, however, owe the couple “fees and costs incurred both in the trial court and on appeal in moving to strike the claims on which they prevailed.”

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T.I. and Tiny’s lawyer Andrew B. Brettler told Law360 he was “generally pleased with the decision.” He expressed confidence in clearing his clients of Peterson’s defamation and false light invasion of privacy claims.