T.I. and his wife, Tiny, have had a very controversial start to 2021. In January, their longtime friend, Sabrina Peterson, took to her Instagram feed to put them on blast. This is due to her allegations of abuse by the couple that she experienced. Peterson also made the claim that T.I. pointed a gun at her at one point. Following this lengthy Instagram post, women started sending DMs to her, where they claimed being sexually abused and drugged by the couple .
T.I. Releases New Song Where He Denies Allegations
Plenty of additional allegations and claims have surfaced since then and now, T.I. has just released a new single, where he denies any involvement and calls out the accusers. This record is titled “What It’s Come To.” Notable lyrics on this single include “Go put yo face and reputation on it These kind of claims deserve more than anonymous provocative conversation, don’t it?” as well as “Willing to face whatever consequences for his vision … while I’m up against some lyin’ a** b*tches.”
T.I. And Tiny Face Investigation From LAPD
One of the latest accusers is in Los Angeles, as the LAPD has since began an investigation. Here, a woman claims that she was drugged by T.I. and Tiny after meeting at a nightclub back in 2005, per Deadline. The woman is listed as “Jane Doe” and says that she was given a drink by T.I. at a hotel room and as the report states, “she soon found herself naked, in a shower and on a bed with the Harrises, as she felt increasingly sick.”
Tiny And Tiny Were Cleared In 2010 Las Vegas Sexual Assault Case
While accusations against T.I. and Tiny continue to pile up, the couple did avoid a situation in Las Vegas. According to TMZ, a woman said she was drugged and sexually assaulted by them after meeting at Vegas’ airport back in 2010. This incident wasn’t reported to the Las Vegas Metropolitan PD until earlier this month, though. Now, this case is thrown out reportedly due to it falling “outside the statute of limitations.”
T.I. Released Lengthy Instagram Video In January Denying Allegations As Well
In addition to this new “What It’s Come To” single, T.I. made headlines in January by posting an Instagram video that lasted over seven minutes, where he denied the sexual assault and drugging allegations against him. This video did lead to a defamation lawsuit by Sabrina Peterson though, as she cited her supposedly receiving threats on social media after it was posted.
“No weapon formed against us shall prosper,” said T.I. in his Instagram caption. “We vehemently deny ALL these disgusting, anonymous allegations. #NotTodaySatin #GodIsReal & #HeDontPlayAboutUS”