TI calls Charleston White because of a dispute with his son, King Harris
TI has stepped in to defend his son King Harris after the 18-year-old engaged in an online back-and-forth with YouTuber Charleston White.
The controversial social media personality has spoken negatively of King since his arrest last month. When White told King and his friend, Boosie Badazz’s son, Tootie Raw, “can’t fight“, replied the teenager.
“Charleston White, you’re ab ####, boy!” said King Harris. “Man, we’re about to kick your ass when you get back here. I see you had a gentle upbringing.
TI responds to Charleston White
His most recent remarks caught the attention of TI, who challenged the Texas native to talk to him, not his son. “Come talk to daddy,” he said before adding, “if you don’t want trouble, why are you kicking up the dust?”
He continued, “I’m not on ### gangstas. I’m a father, I’m a businessman and I’m a leader. So ultimately, if you have anything to say about me and mine, come to me. Whatever you have to say about me, come to me,” T.I. said. “Keep my fucking kids’ names out of your fucking mouth before something bad happens.”
TI said he was not threatening Charleston White but suggested he stop playing with people’s children. “People are going to die for their children and people are ready to go to prison for their children. Stop. It’s a suggestion. Please stop.” Check out his comments in the clip below.
Meanwhile, Zonnique Pullins has also come to King’s defense, asking people to take it easy on her baby brother.
“When I was 18 I said stupid shit ### and I had a ton to do. You could really ignore my brother, but I guess you all want him to act like a class superior thinks he grew up in the house you all watched on tv every tuesday,” she tweeted.
“Everyone likes to talk about the closed house like we’re not talking about TI and Tiny’s kids at the end of the day…what do you really expect…we’re literally 7,” a- she added. “It would be boring if we didn’t have a joker.”
Finally, she implored, “Give my baby time to become the king he is meant to be and until then, send him positive words of encouragement.”