On Wednesday (July 8), the Power star took to Twitter to call out Tip over his infamous Crime Stoppers video, which recently became a topic of conversation after it reappeared on the Internet, reigniting snitch accusations that have followed Tip for years.
"This the first song i’m a play you so Tuff," 50 wrote on Twitter, referring to T.I. recently challenging him to a Verzuz battle. He additionally included a clip of T.I.'s Crime Stoppers video, and an audio clip of G-Unit's 2008 track "You So Tough," which features a verse from 50 Cent that alludes to T.I. being an informant.
"What's today's mathematics? Sh*t ain't addin' up/Get knocked with 10 machine guns, only get 12 months/Ooooh weee, don't talk to me; you talk to him; you talkin' to them," 50 raps. "I got the best lawyers money can buy/They said they would've got me 10, or maybe 9/I said how do you explain how homie breeze?/They said keep ya mouth shut or you eat the cheese."
Earlier this week, T.I. addressed reoccurring accusations that he's a snitch while on Instagram Live with comedian Kelly "K-Dubb" Walker.
"F**k you and ya life, ni**a. If you see a snitch, ni**a, slap him when you see them. Knock his nose off," the Atlanta rapper said. "Next time I'm out, instead of asking for a picture, like a little h*e a** ni**a. Ni**a come on knock my nose out if you think I'm a snitch, ni**a. Ni**a quit smiling in my face trying to get in my motherf**king section."
"I never gave no motherf**king information to get anybody in no motherf**king trouble no time with no police," T.I. added, explaining that he only did the Crime Stoppers video at the request of the court after they told him it would help him get a shorter sentence than the 20 years he was facing over gun charges back in 2007. "If I am working with police, it'll be to get him to shoot you."
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