Props to my boo Killer Mikeaka Mike Bigga, who has a steller performance on T.I.’s “F*ck a Mixtape” CD! Adamsville’s finest joins the Kang of Bankhead for what is fast becoming another A-Town favorite and everyone is taking notice.
On the song, “Ready Set Go” (produced by No ID), Tip provides impressive ad libs while Mike reminds us how he lyrically KILLS the game!
T.I. announced yesterday that he’ll be the new spokesperson for Remy Martin Cognac. Tip revealed to Atlanta radio station V-103 that he just returned from France, where he put the finishing touches on the deal.
It was a wonderful trip. One of the main purposes for the trip was for me to go to Cognac, France and really just solidify this deal. I’m now the official endoser and global spokesman for Remy Martin cognac.
I went to the headquarters of Remy Martin, which is outstanding! Barrels upon barrel of vintage stock of the finest quality of grapes. It was mindblowing… for real.
T.I. is starring in the motion picture Takers opposite Chris Brown, Michael Ealy and Idris Elba, which is scheduled for release Aug. 20 and says he’s also considered the possibility of revisiting the gritty urban classic ATL for a sequel. Continue Reading…
T.I. was in New York recently for the MTV Movie Awards and almost got “stuck like chuck” when he left his permission slip at a local restaurant!
According to the NYPost, T.I., Gucci Mane and model Selita Ebanks were dining at Abe & Arthur and Tip generously grabbed the tab for the table.
Upon leaving, he left a very generous tip, which included a few extra documents…. his “permisssion to travel” papers! Fortunately for him, a restaurant employee returned the papers to T.I.’s security guard before they got too far.
As Tip revealed during his appearance on Larry King LIVE, the specifics of his probation haven’t been revealed, but he does have to report his comings and goings. The document in question, apparently grants Tip permission to travel for a specified period of time. He’s on supervised release after doing prison time for weapons possession.
A T.I. spokesman denies the story, stating, “He did not leave behind any documents.”