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T.I. Discredit Rumors Of A Black Eye From Mayweather

 
 

T.I. injured hand Mayweather fight

Floyd Mayweather did not give T.I. a black eye because TIP just released a video on Instagram to prove it.

But the “Trouble Man” rapper did injured his arm in the brawl that took place early Sunday morning at the Fatburger joint in Las Vegas.

SEE ALSO: Floyd Mayweather Speak On T.I. Fight, Says TIP Is Jealous

There have been rumors claiming that Mayweather beat T.I. up but the rapper also denied that ever happened. According to reports, both celebrities security guards separated them before things get physical.

Floyd Mayweather has since apologize to T.I.’s wife Tiny for the things he said during the brawl.

An angry Mayweather could be seen yelling in the video telling T.I. to control his bi–h.

Tiny recently posted this photo of herself and friends hanging out with Floyd Mayweather at his daughter’s birthday party.

It’s one of the pics that angered T.I., who has been rumored to be having marital problems with his wife.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  • Albert H

    An Open Letter to St. Louis

    To The Local Government:

    What is our resolve, who do we turn to? How does one (any citizen) protect him/herself from the long arm of the law-legally? How does one obtain justice if a system of profiling is in place against us?

    Have we trained our officers to protect and serve or intimidate and destroy? When is a citizen allowed to physically protect him/herself when being attacked by a rouge police officer? Is our only option 100% compliance even if the result is our own death?

    My hands are up, I’m on my knees, I have fully surrendered myself to an individual in a police uniform that hates the color of my skin and the tone of my voice. What do I do if he or she fires a shot (during compliance) that hits or misses me?

    Am I allowed to run or simply surrender and die? At what point are we allowed to use common sense if we believe our lives are in danger and a rouge police officer is the perpetrator? What is my resolve? What is our resolve?

    To The Local People:

    What are our intentions? Are we out for blood or justice? Of course the goal is justice! Are we going to obtain justice by destroying local businesses and residential properties that are owned by local citizens and business owners, that had no hand in firing the fatal shot that killed Mr. Brown?

    What is our goal? Justice? Or are we ready to become the destroyers of the rights we ourselves expect to be upheld? “No justice No peace” does not mean violence, it means unity and no silence until our voices are heard and the answers to our questions without equivocation is justice!

    Justice for Mr. Brown, and justice for every black and brown face that is tired of pleading for justice! Tired of burying those gunned down due to violence and discrimination.

    Yes we are outraged! And honest answers will not bring back Mr. Brown, but honest answers will show us “the people” that the police department and officials don’t perceive us as looters and hoodlums looking for a fight. Yet, understand and acknowledge that we are respectable and productive citizens with the right to expect: justice, honesty and transparency!

    And the right to press the issue in our search for justice! What are our intentions? Are we out for blood or justice? Of course our goal is justice!

    But at what point does the tired voice yield to the hand, and at what point does the unheard become the sword?

    Let us all pray for justice!