By Michael “Ice-Blue” Harris
T.I. just released a new video for his single “What It’s Come To,” where he addresses the sexual assault claims against him and his wife Tiny Harris. In the video, Tip uses the audio from one of his accusers and former friends, Sabrina Peterson, when she took to social media to tell the couple, “Tell the truth and apologize, and I’m gone. Here’s the other stipulation — do it within seven days. Within seven days, tell the truth, apologize and I’m gone.”
In the video, a woman is portrayed as a stalker connecting schemes and convincing other women to get in on the plan with lawyers as they try and get the couple to pay out a huge sum of money. The video ends by stating that his final album, Kill The King, will be coming soon. Peterson must have seen the video and posted her own message for The King on Instagram.
“I have been in federal trouble before. No matter how the public feels about [you] they can’t save you. Since your million dollar team won’t tell you I will. You aren’t taunting me you are taunting your investigators. You aren’t taunting me you are igniting more women that have stayed quiet that you victimized. DUMMY,” Peterson wrote on IG.
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