While T.I. never hesitates to address his beefs — be it in the streets or in the tweets — it's his queen of the South, Tiny, who now has something to say on his latest tiff with Florida rapper, Kodak Black.
Recently Tiny sat down with rapper and radio personality Yung Joc on his show "Streetz Morning Takeover" to address the former feud between her husband, T.I., and the the Project Baby.
According to XXL, Tiny touched on the topic of Tip's and Black's rap beef during the conversation and explained her decision to stay out of it, despite Kodak's insults towards Tiny on his diss track, "Expeditiously."
"[T.I.] has to feel like he needs to step in but that's what he does," she elaborated. "I just sit back and let him handle it. I don't get in the middle of it. I don't really listen to half of the stuff that's going on and I just let him do what he doing because he's running it and I'm just going to fall back because I know he's got me."
She went on explaining that as long as the tension didn't escalate, everything was cool in her book. "God works in mysterious ways," Tiny continued. "He separated them, so it can’t go no further nobody loses their lives and nothing happens. Everybody is still living and breathing and everybody is doing good.”
On the topic of Kodak's "widow" comments towards London London, which were made following the untimely death of beloved hip-hop artist and philanthropist Nipsey Hussle, the Xscape singer remarked, "I try not to get into Tip's rants, but I know that he's a strong opinionated person and he's going to say how he feels and he was very close to Nip so he took it very personal."
Later in the interview, Joc asked Tiny her thoughts on the 21-year-old Florida rapper allegedly claiming he wanted to get the couple's daughter pregnant, to which Tiny expressed her disregard for the disrespect.
“Yeah, I thought that was pretty disrespectful," she answered. "Tip is one of those people he’s not a person to be disrespected. And then you are going in and talking about kids and it's a little much.”
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