T.I.'s Son King Says He Fought Over a Kodak Black Sniper Gang Hoodie: 'He Hit Me One Time...I Still Look Light-Skinned' [Video]


T.I. and Tiny’s son King was recorded throwing hands in a school bathroom in a video that widely-circulated across the internet this week.

According to King, the whole thing started over a Sniper Gang hoodie.

The Sniper Gang brand belongs to Kodak Black — who is in a public feud with T.I. and his family.

via Complex:

“I can’t tell you all that happened… basically, this dude… we fought. This dude hit me one time, one time! It looked like he hit me a couple times, but on God, you don’t see nothing on my face,” he said. “I still look light-skinned, no bruises, one bruise right here. That’s all you see on me, no other bruises. Therefore, he hit me one time. He hit me one time!” 

Back in April 2019, Kodak Black released a song titled “Expeditiously,” with the title having seemingly been inspired by T.I.’s use of the word in response to Kodak’s comments about Lauren London. That same month, it was reported that Kodak Black artwork had been removed from T.I.’s Trap Music Museum in Atlanta, Georgia.

Meanwhile, T.I. and Tiny closed out 2019 with an extensive interview on the Facebook Watch series Red Table Talk. The interview saw the couple reflecting on their marriage struggles and notably premiered in the wake of T.I.’s widely panned comments about virginity.

“I think people kinda took it extremely literal, because if you put any of my reputation… Who I am as a father, who I been… I honestly thought people knew me better than that,” T.I. said of the comments, which he characterized as having been said in a “joking” manner.

See what all King had to say in the video below.

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