In “no holds barred” fashion, rapper T.I. goes all the way there in the music video for his controversial new single, ‘What It’s Come To,’ to defend himself against growing allegations of sexual assault from several women.
As has dominated headlines over the last few months, the rapper and his superstar wife Tameka “Tiny” Harris have been fielding accusations of drugging, kidnapping, sex trafficking, and sexual assault from dozens of female victims. Despite their repeated denials of involvement, the claims have yielded mountains of negative press and lost endorsements for the Harrises.
To further declare his innocence, T.I. released the song ‘What It’s Come To’ last month (in which he suggests the legal woes are the result of an extortion scheme). He doubles down on that stance in the cinematic music video for the tune.
Watch it inside:
‘What It’s Come To’ comes as the first single from T.I.’s new album, ‘Kill the King,’ which he announced at the end of the video will be his last.
Though no official release date has been tied to the project as of time reported, the set will come as the follow-up to 2020’s ‘The LIBRA’ (click here to stream).