Video: T.I. Says to Expect a Trouble Man Sequel

Speaking to Rap-Up, Tip explains that he added the “Heavy Is The Head” to his album title because he plans on dropping a sequel, “He Who Wears The Crown”.

Related: Tip admits he got “Renegaded” by Andre 3000 on “Sorry”.

Previously: DJ Khaled ft. Lil Wayne, T.I., Future & Ace Hood – Models & Bottles (Video) | Andre 3000 Speaks on His Verse on T.I.’s “Sorry”


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8 Responses to “Video: T.I. Says to Expect a Trouble Man Sequel”

  1. Big_seth Says:

    Comments crossed a line last week. And they just keep going further.

    I don’t want to be associated with that level of fuckery.

    Shit got Real. For what tho?

  2. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Rapper Tyga enjoyed a cushy upbringing in the Valley — NOT Compton — at least that’s what the rapper said on a game show back in 2008 … and TMZ has obtained the unaired footage. The show was called “Bustas” — where wannabe-rappers compete against each other to see who can embody ugly rap stereotypes the best … playing borderline-offensive games like “Guess the Rapper By His Grill” and “Is This a Real Rolex?” Tyga appeared on the show … and immediately sacrificed any semblance of street cred in the process … claiming he grew up in a well-to-do household in the Valley, and his parents drove a Range Rover. But Tyga — who has since claimed he grew up in Compton — insisted, “I’m still street.” (TMZ)
    In another segment of the show, Tyga catches heat over a freestyle rap.
    Thankfully for Tyga, the show was never picked up and the clip never made it to air … until now. The highlight: “Bustas” culminates with a freestyle rap, in which the contestants are asked to incorporate buzz words like “amoeba” into their raps, and Tyga’s so bad … he gets his ass boo’d off stage. (For the record, Tyga does not know how to pronounce the word “amoeba”) It’s pretty bad — but you should check out the video to see if Tyga actually loses the entire show. (TMZ)

  3. Black Says:

    Rapper Tyga enjoyed a cushy upbringing in the Valley — NOT Compton

    ^^^^^^^

    There was a time when this would have meant death to his career but frauds are welcome now.

  4. harlem World Says:

    roffle

    lucky for tyga, most of his fans are females under the age of 22

  5. harlem World Says:

    lucky for tyga, most of his fans are females under the age of 22
    =================
    no b sinatra freestyle just in case

  6. harlem World Says:

    pharrell williams >>>

  7. Black Says:

    ucky for tyga, most of his fans are females under the age of 22

    ^^^^^

    Lol it wouldnt even matter. If the nigga was doing street shit and it was good you know it would be allowed.

  8. Troyvul Says:

    b whats your e-mail?

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