T.I. slams sexual assault accusers in new video: ‘Lying-ass bitches’

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T.I. is doubling down over recent allegations of sexual assault.

His new track “What It’s Come To” features a line in which the 40-year-old rapper proclaims he’s up against “some lying-ass bitches” — acknowledging the claims being leveraged against him and his wife Tameka “Tiny” Harris.

Clifford “T.I.” Harris raps about his “heart of gold” in the official video for the track, which dropped Tuesday on YouTube.

“They say hell have no fury like a woman scorned, f – – k that, I’m cranking up the jury, who you lying on shawty?” he spits, along with suggestions that his accusers are attempting to extort the three time Grammy-winning rapper.

In a nod to rapper Demetrius Edward “Big Meech” Flenory, who was convicted of drug dealing and sentenced to 30 years in prison, T.I. describes his friend as “willing to face whatever consequences for his vision, while I’m up against some lying-ass bitches.”

His “statement” comes as the Los Angeles Police Department continues their criminal investigation against T.I. and Tiny after dozens of women claiming to be their victims have come forward, including Sabrina Peterson who earlier this year accused the artist of sexual abuse and putting a gun to her head. Peterson has since moved forward with a defamation suit against the Harrises.

An official probe into the couple’s past began when one of the unnamed victims reached out to police virtually in April. T.I. and Tiny’s attorney told Vulture this week that the pair has “not spoken to or been contacted by” the LAPD.

Meanwhile, the Harris’ VH1 reality series “T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle” has halted production amid the investigation.

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