News: T.I. Responds To 50 Cent's Tiny Remarks, "I Mind My Business" [Audio]
Wednesday, Oct 19, 2011 11:15AM
Grammy-winning rapper T.I. has finally responded to 50 Cent's past remarks, suggesting his wife Tiny take responsibility for the drug possession charge that landed him behind bars for nearly a year.
Despite 50's remarks, T.I. suggested that critics should consider all facts surrounding the incident before weighing in with opinions.
"Well, I mean, you know, I'm going to tell you, I'm going to just speak on how I handle situations and how I handle myself," Tip told radio jock Howard Stern. "I mind my business. You know? If it don't got nothing to do with me, I don't speak on it because I don't have enough information to speak intellligently on the situation...I only speak on how I deal with myself and how I handle myself. I mind my business. You know what I'm saying?" ("The Howard Stern Show")
Last year, 50 said Tiny should have ultimately taken Tip's drug possession charge.
"Man TI and tiny done got picked up agin for methamphetmines and ecstacy dam manTiny gotta take that charge. Say it was yoursBaby," 50 tweeted Thursday (September 2).
"Ok I'm gone till the $ept 6. I'm gonna let you motherf*cker$ $uffer of boredom till I returnBut that TI sh*t is bad. $ept 6."
"http://twitvid.com/JPBI2 - D*mn TI d*mn! u the king d*mn! lol" (50 Cent's Twitter)
Tiny and T.I. were initially arrested in Los Angeles last year.
After getting arrested for possession of what was confirmed to be ecstasy pills earlier today, the married couple was taken to the police station to have these sad-looking pics snapped. The newlyweds, who were pulled over in their Maybach on Wednesday night (Sept. 1) after making an illegal U-turn in West Hollywood, were cuffed after police detected the smell of marijuana from the car. Cops claimed that the arrest was made on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance, which sources told TMZ were ecstasy pills. (Rap-Up)
Following the arrest, the couple tested positive for drugs in their systems.
Pills found in the car of rapper/actor T.I. and his wife Tameka Cottle have tested positive as a type of Ecstasy, RadarOnline.com has learned, and the case has now been turned over to the District Attorney's office which now must decide what, if any charges will be filed against the couple. As RadarOnline.com previously reported, T.I., who's real name is Clifford Harris, Jr. was arrested Wednesday night, along with his wife, in West Hollywood, California. (Radar Online)
T.I. was released from prison last month after serving nearly a year.
Check out T.I.'s interview down below: