T.I. Accused of Assaulting Floyd Mayweather, Jr.'s DJ Jay Bling
Instagram
Celebrity

Even though the DJ doesn't give further details about the incident, some sources suggest that it happened in Los Angeles, where people gathered for the 2019 BET All-Star Weekend.

AceShowbiz - It looks like the beef between T.I. and Floyd Mayweather, Jr. isn't going to die down anytime soon. Jay Bling, who works as a DJ for the former professional boxer, has recently claimed on Instagram Stories that he was physically assaulted by the "Live Your Life" rapper and his team.

"TI JUMPED ME LOL!! All y'all n****s hit like straight b****es," he wrote on the photo-sharing platform, before adding in another post, "6 n****s and all y'all did was scartch me up! N****s jumped the wrong one tonight! I'm on yo bumper b***h a** n***a." Jay did not specify where and when the incident took place, but sources suggested that in happened in Los Angeles, where people gathered for the 2019 BET All-Star Weekend.

T.I. has yet to respond to the accusation.

T.I. and Floyd began beefing in 2014, when they got into an altercation that was stemmed from the latter's friendship with Tiny (Tameka Cottle). The boxing promoter said of their fight in Las Vegas, "I been knowing Tiny before T.I. I've never slept with her. I never kissed her, never touched her in no inappropriate way. Her friend Shekinah wanted to come to the fight. She brought Tiny with her. They came to the fight."

Floyd went on apologizing to the Xscape singer, but not to her rapper husband. "I'm going to continue to support Tiny and Shekinah cause they're cool people and I don't got nothing against them. So I apologize for that."

Most recently, T.I. released a diss song aimed at the boxing promoter over his continued support of the Gucci brand after the "Ant Man and the Wasp" actor put a boycott on the clothing line due to a sweater they released that resembled blackface. Later on, T.I. denied that the song had anything to do with their Las Vegas fight.

You can share this post!

Related Posts