T.I. took to social media with a few words after his 18-year-old son, King Harris, was recently arrested.
The details of King’s arrest are unclear.
But after his release, he took to social media saying, “Everybody saying a n***a tryna be gangsta, I ain’t ask for the police to pull me over. Y’all b**ch ass n***as.”
Watch the clip below.
Unfortunately, anytime King Harris makes the news it isn’t for anything positive.
He appears to be developing a pattern of unacceptable behavior from fighting to disrespecting employees at the Waffle House.
After fans called on T.I. to parent his eldest son with his wife, Tiny Harris, he took to social media to address King’s arrest.
In a video posted on his Instagram page, T.I. didn’t mince words or try to defend King’s behavior as he has in the past.
He told his 14.5M followers, “I know my son. Think I ain’t spoke to my son? Think I ain’t told my son, his mama and his grandmama? His ass is going to prison … if he keeps this sh*t up, his ass is going to prison.”
“Ain’t no way around it, ain’t nothing I’mma be able to do about it,” he continued.
T.I. went on to share how he has “already had that conversation” with King and “already made my peace with it.”
“Cause I know that energy. I was that energy. I know exactly how it’s going to turn out,” he said.
The proud father of seven continued, “ King is a good kid chasing after the wrong sh*t. I trust God to deal with it the way he sees fit.”
But, like a great father, T.I. vowed to “love him through whatever it is that he’s going through” because he believes King is “trying to convince himself of things as we all do as young men and even young women growing up, trying to convince ourselves that we are certain things.”
He ended his message by saying, “Time is going to be his teacher.”
Watch T.I.’s video below.
Being a parent is challenging and I pray King Harris gets back on the right track.