T.I. was recently spotted in an Akoo Trust Jogger Set ($149) while stopping by ESPN and SportsCenter. The heather white pants suit features interlock jersey fabrication, applique left chest detail and ribbed trim. TIP paired the sporty set with a black graphic tee. Get another look inside.
T.I. took to social media to address Floyd Mayweather‘s “All Lives Matter” comments that were made during an interview with Tha Boxing Voice earlier this month.
In case you missed it, in a clip from the interview, Mayweather says that all lives matter, and adds that he thinks that following directions is key in avoiding conflict.
VH1 has announced that T.I. will be joining the cast of, The Breaks, as a recurring character. The ATL rapper will take on the role of Paul Anders – a big shot lawyer hired to defend Barry Fouray’s character, played by Wood Harris.
The Breaks movie, which originally aired on VH1 earlier this year, chronicled the journey of three friends united by their love of hip-hop, as they work to make their big mark in the music industry – and the series will be a continuation of the film.
T.I. tackled police brutality when he hit the stage at the 2016 Hip Hop Awards, which aired Tuesday night. The King of the South rock’d black from head to toe, while performing “We Will Not.”
“See what happen when athletes’ll no longer play for you,” he raps on the track. “Tell them accountants to pray for you. On respect or just respect what that paper’ll do. Look up, it too late for you. Droppin’ you off. Turnin’ them profits to loss/ When we won’t go shop in the mall.”
T.I. and Mike Epps are joining forces to star in a new restaurant comedy, The Trap, to be directed by Chris Robinson.
T.I. and Tiny‘s daughter, Heiress Diana, recently turned two months old, and Tiny shared a couple new pics of her with their adorable baby girl.
“A love money can’t buy! Heiress Diana Harris,” she captioned a close-up snap of her giving baby Heiress a kiss.
T.I. takes on the role of Cyrus – a slave fighting for freedom in the Union Army – in the new remake of the classic 1977 miniseries, Roots. The “Dope” rapper recently sat down with Rolling Stone to talk his role; revealing that initially he was hesitant about signing on to play the character.
“I was approached by my longtime partner and film producer Will Packer,” Tip explains about initially hearing of the role. “I instantly declined.” Why was he apprehensive about revisiting such an important moment in television? He tells the publication he had two concerns, including his reluctance “to remake something so significantly relevant to so many generations and not nail it.” There was also the thought that as a performer, he knew the role would be a particularly challenging one, so he also stalled at the thought of “not wanting to endure the conditions that I knew would have to be endured to actually execute it properly.”
T.I.‘s concert at NYC’s Irving Plaza was cut short on Wednesday night, after shots rang out; injuring three people, and leaving one dead.
According to ABC7, T.I. was about to take the stage at the 1,025-person ballroom-style music venue when shots erupted in the green room. The site also states that Troy Ave was grazed in the leg, while further reports reveal that his [Troy Ave] friend, Ronald “Banga” McPhatter, was the victim fatally hit.