Tiny Harris' friend, Sabrina Peterson, took to Instagram to share her piece of mind about T.I. and made the shocking claim that the rapper held a gun to her head in front of children.
Atlanta-based entrepreneur Sabrina Peterson has once again made headlines for her strong opinion of her friend, Tameka "Tiny" Harris' husband rapper, Clifford "T.I." Harris.
Peterson, who has been at odds with the "Rubberband Man" rapper in the past about the way he values women, spoke out about the alleged incident on her Instagram page.
T.I. and Tiny Harris at the VH1 Big In 2015 with Entertainment Weekly Awards at Pacific Design Center on November 15, 2015 in West Hollywood, California.| Source: Getty Images
Peterson's shocking accusation came alongside a photo of herself wearing a black T-shirt with the words "God Got It" across the front. She also wore black cycle shorts, a pink Gucci waist bag, and pink sunglasses.
The entrepreneur, who had on a surgical face mask, held a blowhorn and was surrounded by men and women. In her caption, she revealed the reason she was coming forward now.
Before naming T.I., Peterson described the struggles of women who have to deal with their predators being praised while they, the victims, are condemned and blamed. She wrote:
" @troubleman31 you PUT A GUN TO MY HEAD IN FRONT OF CHILDREN & I NEVER CALLED THE POLICE ON YOU!"
Peterson's comments were turned off, and neither Tiny nor T.I. have addressed the claims, but the last time Peterson spoke out about the "Live Your Life" rapper, Tiny didn't come to her defense.
In 2017, Peterson, who spent time in federal prison, publicly aired her opinions about the "T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle" couple after their almost-divorce.
At the time, Tiny and T.I. had called it quits shortly after the birth of their last child, Heiress, in 2016. The tumultuous time was documented on their reality show, where it was revealed that the rapper had been unfaithful.
The pair, like magnets, found their way back to each other the following year. With a blended family of seven kids and a long history of romance and friendship, Tiny and T.I. managed to co-parent and eventually mend their complicated relationship.
As T.I. worked on being a better man in his personal life and marriage, he also became an activist in his community and used his influential platform to speak out against police brutality and racism.
The "Us or Else" rapper urged his fans and community members to get involved with their local elections and hold the relevant politicians accountable for making positive changes.
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