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T.I. has confirmed that his track ‘Addresses’ off of his soon to be released album ‘Trouble Man: Heavy is the Head’ is a diss track, but the King of the South has decided to keep the song’s target a secret. Tip explained that he doesn’t want his rival to cash in on the beef, but he expects a number of rappers to take up the beef.
Tip explained that he crafted the track so that only its target will know who the song is about. “It was direct. Now, the thing about who it was directed to – it benefits him more than me for me to put that out there. So I made that directly in a way that only they will know. Therefore, so they cannot get any shine off of it,” T.I. told DJ Drama on Shade 45.
But the potential publicity that comes from being a rival of T.I. could lead a number of rappers to fire back. “I’ma make a prediction… There shall be a few rappers that feel they will be benefited by accepting that burden, and they will step into that line of fire, knowing it is not them, but they will feel it is better for them to step into that line of fire, be hit and receive the benefits that come with being hit by a T.I. bullet. It’ll be the greatest thing that ever happened to them in their lives,” said T.I.
T.I. added that he may not have fired the first shots in the feud. “It brings me great pain to say, had it not been for their outright, direct disrespect and disregard for the G code, and what is known to all to be real… they lack all integrity. Trap Music is a genre that I created, homes! Before me, it was Lil Jon, Crunk Music, and OutKast! You don’t fit in nowhere! The closest thing that come to what you do is what I created, homie. So for you to come out your face bad about me, dog, when I ain’t never do nothin’ but try and help you and niggas like you? …And you tryin’ to come at me that way? …You deserve everything coming to you,” said T.I.
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