Sabrina Peterson responds to T.I. after his music video that mocks her and other alleged victims.
T.I. released a music video entitled “What It’s Come To” and has taken the approach of comedy in responding to Sabrina Peterson’s request for an apology. Serious sexual and drug accusations are being swirled at the celebrity couple of T.I. and Tiny to the tune of over thirty women. T.I. and Tiny have denied the accusations which include trafficking and have already seen a case closed in Las Vegas.
A former friend of Tiny, Sabrina Peterson, was the beginning of the allegations as she accused both her friend and husband of crimes. She stated how T.I. pointed a gun at her head many years ago in front of her children.
Peterson has officially responded to the humiliating tactics employed by T.I., calling him out and saying that he’s not hurting her… he’s hurting his chances with the investigators.
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“I have been in federal trouble before,” she started on Instagram. “No matter how the public feels about [you] they can’t save you. Since your million dollar team won’t tell you I will. You aren’t taunting me you are taunting your investigators. You aren’t taunting me you are igniting more women that have stayed quiet that you victimized. DUMMY.”
Obviously not in a happy mood after seeing the visuals, she continued with “Many of your fans have been victimized in their lifetime. Your tactics aren’t a good look. It’s actually sad! It’s heartbreaking! It’s one thing to put a gun to a woman’s head but it something totally different to keep attempting to victimized that woman again & again. When it’s all said it done I took the high road & tried to give mercy but you repaid it with mockery. Get out the booth & behind cameras & SEE ME IN COURT!”
Check out the video below.