RAPPER TI has slammed his sexual assault accusers in a new music video while announcing he’s quitting music for good.
The 40-year-old star and his wife Tameka ‘Tiny’ Harris, 45, are currently fighting claims they drugged and sexually assaulted 11 women.
TI has slammed his sexual assault accusers in a new video[/caption]
Among the claims are allegations of sexual misconduct from the pair’s former friend, Sabrina Peterson.
On Tuesday, the father-of-seven revealed the video for his new track What It’s Come To – as well as insisting the song is part of his “final” album.
And he didn’t hold back with visuals showing himself and his wife Tiny fighting allegations from a group of women, with the lead accuser dubbed ‘The Parasite’.
The voice of Peterson is heard at the beginning and end of the video, demanding an apology from the couple, asking them to “Tell the truth about me. Apologise, and I’m gone.”
The video shows a group of women plotting to get money from the artist as TI raps: “In the fire, I reside like the money do. N****s tried wearing wires at the rendezvous.
“Don’t nothing kill a n**** like needing money do. For nothing, peel n****s you sweet as honeydew…
“Extortion, is that what you got your mind on shorty?”
T.I. also angrily brands his accusers “lying b*****s” in the track which was first aired last month, but without a music video.
He’s says in the X-rated lyrics: “Go put yo face and reputation on it. These kind of claims deserve more than anonymous provocative conversation, don’t it?
“Willing to face whatever consequences for his vision … while I’m up against some lyin’ a** b*****s.”
The star is married to singer/songwriter Tiny[/caption]
As the video ends, TI makes a nod to the release of his new album Kill The King, which he’s promoting as “the final album” with the date to be confirmed.
Earlier this year, The Sun revealed a group of women were preparing to meet with an attorney and build a class action lawsuit against the celebrity couple.
TI is said to be worth an estimated $50million, while his singer/songwriter wife, has netted around $3million from her music and TV appearances over the years.
According to the Daily Beast, the lawyer representing all the alleged victims say they include a former member of the military, an exotic dancer, and a high school student who interned at TI’s studio.
The pair are currently facing several allegations of sexual misconduct[/caption]
“If I was a prosecutor, I’d have brought charges already,” attorney Tyrone A. Blackburn said.
He is currently representing 11 accusers in total, including eight women who claim they were sexually assaulted, drugged, or kidnapped by the couple, or a member of their inner circle.
TI and Tiny deny those allegations and claims from three others, including a male, who alleged the pair had made “terroristic threats” toward them.
Back in January, Peterson said that more than 100 women had contacted her with sexual misconduct allegations against the couple.
She is suing the couple for alleged defamation and causing “emotional distress,” claiming she has been harassed as a result of their responses.
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Peterson accused TI of putting a gun to her head in 2009 and threatening to kill her, according to court papers.
A statement issued on behalf of the pair reads: “Mr. and Mrs. Harris want to be on record and more importantly want the public to know they emphatically deny in the strongest way possible the egregiously appalling allegations being made against them by Sabrina Peterson.
“The Harrises have had difficulty with this woman for well over a decade.
“They are taking this matter very seriously, and if these allegations don’t end, they will take appropriate legal action.”