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T.I. Tuesday!

 
 
I've been wanting to honor my boo, the King of the South, TIP, T.I, Clifford, Chief of Hustle Gang, Boss at Grand Hustle; Kaaaaaaaaaaaang Pimpin himself! So I've decide to start #TITuesday. You can count on a T.I. post here at Thoughts of a Diva EVERY Tuesday (that I remember).
 
 
To get us started, here's 24's the first single that some of y'all may remember (I've been down since the first album I'm Serious.  When TIP hit the big time/mainstream he was featured in the long since forgotten Bone Crusher's Never Scared. THAT verse put the spot light on KING T.I.
 
Noooooo, I ain't bad, just don't kiss no ass or take shit
And I'm a grown man, find you somebody to play wit
If you'on like me when you see me, betta not say shit
I'll choke yo ass out like Dre did that bitch
You betta tell these pussies they ain't fuckin wit no rookie
I'm a Bankhead nigga, I'll take yo cookiez!
So don't make it a me or you situation
I'll have yo partner down in ICU visitation
Like, hope for the best, but I'on think he gon make it
Not the way he was shiverin and shakin on the pavement
I'll tell you wha, if you make it, call'em grace cuz he amazin
Find out these verses wasn't the only thang blazin and
Just when you thought that I was done I was savin the
Best for last, nigga kiss my ass, like Della Reese
They my folkz, itz best you just let'em be
Cuz I do the shit precincts and them FED's just ain't never see nigga!
 
Shortly after he dropped his first single from Trap Muzik and believe me when I say the rest is history!
 
 
Ayyyye     #TurnUp!
 

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