TI Responds To Video Showing His Son ARGUING w/ Waffle House Employee . . . Was He Doing TOO MUCH?

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This week T.I. and Tiny’s son King got into screaming match with a Waffle House employee, after the employee allegedly disrespected the 17 year old reality star.

King – who is still in high school – clearly overreacted to the Waffle House employee, and said some pretty horrible things. Here’s the video:

T.I. – who is King’s father – and who is an active parent, addressed the incident in a separate video. TI asked the folks on Twitter to give his teenage son a break, as he is just a child – and is prone to making mistakes.

The King Of The South also offered some advice to his son. He advised the young man not to argue with people who are “not on his level in life.”

T.I. told his followers on Instagram Live:

“Of course, I spoke with my son. Me and his uncles, we were perplexed by his necessity to go back and forth with a short-order cook. I didn’t understand why he felt he needed to stop what he was doing to engage someone who’s at another level of life.”

Here’s video of T’s response:

TI is a rapper, record executive, and actor. Harris, one of the highest selling hip-hop artists of all time, is also known as one of the pioneers of the hip hop subgenre trap music, along with fellow Atlanta-based rappers Jeezy and Gucci Mane.

Harris, a three time Grammy Award winner, has released 11 studio albums, with seven of them reaching the top five of the US Billboard 200 chart. During his career, Harris has also released several highly successful singles, including Billboard Hot 100 number-one hits “Whatever You Like” and “Live Your Life” (featuring Rihanna), the latter replaced the former atop the chart and helped Harris join a select group of artists to replace themselves at number one and simultaneously occupy the top two positions. Harris began to gain major recognition in 2003 following his first high-profile feature on fellow Atlanta-based rapper Bone Crusher’s single “Never Scared”. Harris earned more prominence with the release of Trap Muzik (2003), which included the Top 40 songs “Rubber Band Man” and “Let’s Get Away” (featuring Jazze Pha). The following year, Harris appeared on Destiny’s Child’s international hit “Soldier” (alongside Lil Wayne), and capitalized on it with the release of his Urban Legend (2004) album. His subsequent albums, King and T.I. vs. T.I.P., generated high record sales and were supported by popular singles, such as “What You Know” and “Big Shit Poppin’ (Do It)”, respectively.

Harris’ sixth album, Paper Trail (2008), became his most successful project, with the album being certified gold for first-week sales of over 500,000 copies in the United States, additionally making it his third consecutive number one album. In 2013, Harris was featured on Robin Thicke’s single “Blurred Lines” (alongside Pharrell Williams), which peaked at number one on several major music charts. In November 2013, Harris announced that he had signed with Columbia Records after his 10-year contract with Atlantic came to an end. He released his Columbia debut Paperwork, in October 2014. In February 2016, Harris signed a distribution deal with Roc Nation and another deal with Epic Records in September 2018. The former served as a means to release his political Us or Else EP series, while the latter released his long-delayed tenth album Dime Trap in October of that year.

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