T.I. and YouTuber Charleston White are beefing over White dissing the rapper's son King.
"Boosie your boy don't know how to fight. Neither does that T.I. little yellow motherf*cker long hair freak," said White after Boosie's son Tootie Raw and King got arrested earlier this year.
Tip responded to the YouTuber and suggested that he was scared of him. Afterward, the two got on the phone to settle their issues but the call didn't go well.
Then on Wednesday, October 12, Tip jumped on Instagram to express disappointment in those who haven't defended him in his beef with White.
"As I meditate and unpack the circumstances, it dawns on me that this [is] the second time that I've seen my family attacked, and I've seen social media weaponized and used against us by the enemy," said Tip. "Both times I watched the community have absolutely nothing to say on our behalf. I watched friends or people who we say are friends. I watched people who have donated our time, effort, energy, resources, and attention to look on as me and my family [were] attacked."
He continued. "And the people who we go outside [of] our way to help, whether it's people who can't afford to feed themselves, people who can't afford to house themselves, families who can't afford to bury their loved ones, or just people who need inspiration [or] just need to be [emotionally] poured into. None of these organizations, none of the leaders of these different communities, nobody thought to stand up and speak on my family's behalf ... That's where we're at with it? Let's let it stay there."
Do you think the people that Tip helped should be coming to his defense or is he being unrealistic?