Tip held court at the Trap City Cafe in Atlanta on Friday night (February 24), where he was seen waving around a court document allegedly proving he didn’t snitch on his dead cousin.
The Grand Hustle boss admitted on his expediTIously podcast in 2020 that he pinned a gun case on his late cousin Toot to avoid jail time following an arrest in the early 2000s.
After being asked about the incident during a recent interview with VladTV, Boosie called T.I. a “fucking rat” and scrapped the joint album they were planning to release together.
While speaking to the room full of people who did attend his paperwork party, T.I. accused Boosie of ducking his invite to “straighten” things out.
“Everybody got some paperwork to show me? I got some paperwork to show them,” he began. “If y’all leave up out this muthafucka, please let a muthafucka know that the paperwork was present. And if they wasn’t here, they shouldn’t be saying a muthafucking thing about the King, you hear me?
“I’ve been waiting on one special invited guest to show up, and he ain’t showed up yet. But it was somebody who had something to say about me and had to question my, you know, disposition with some of my cases. But he ain’t here to see my paperwork!”
He added: “I just don’t like for a n-gga to God damn get fly then get shy, you hear me? My n-gga, I’m right here in the center, so come on if you got something to say about me, if you think it is what it ain’t. There’s one way to clear it up: pull on up, let me show you what you looking for. I wanna see who wanna see, you hear me?
“And then after you see what you need to see, then it’s on you now. We gon’ straighten that shit up ’cause you done got too far in the jaw, you got too much dip on your chip.”
While T.I. was busy addressing Boosie Badazz’s absence, the “Wipe Me Down” rapper was sitting courtside at the State Farm Arena to watch the Atlanta Hawks take on the Cleveland Cavaliers, which he documented via a series of Instagram posts.
In the comments section of one post, Tip applied more pressure on his Southern rap counterpart and pressed him about his no-show.
“Say boy u posed to be up here @trapcitycafe checking dis paperwork and straightening yo face or else you flaw…. according to the convict law. @mamaheliveagain2.0,” he wrote.
In response, Boosie seemingly snuffed out any further confrontation by informing T.I. that he had privately messaged him. “@tip I text U,” he wrote back along with a green tick emoji.
T.I. previously shared his paperwork on social media in an attempt to shut down the narrative that he’s a snitch. Dated February 2003, the Fulton County court document stated that the evidence seized during Tip and his cousin Toot’s “illegal” arrest had been supressed.
“FYI…Can’t Nobody Who Got dey name in other people’s paperwork queustion me about mine!!!!” the King rapper captioned the photo. “I got it on me…we can have a paperwork party PULL UP…or [shush emoji].”
In an interview with Trap News Networx following Boosie Badazz’s “rat” comment, T.I. said the case against him and Toot was dismissed and neither of them went to jail, so therefore he isn’t a snitch.
He also claimed that he “embellished” his original story about pinning the gun case on his dead cousin, adding that his attempt at “humor, sarcasm and satire” had “escaped” Boosie.