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TI Covers July Issue of XXL Magazine

Author: AkooEditor  //  Category: TI News

The King of The South is a term often discussed as copying.  In the July issue of XXL Magazine, TI finally speaks up and brushes off the copycat rumors.  Printed boldly on the cover is TI’s statement regarding the matter:

“The King of the South did not exist before me. The term cannot be passe along unless I choose to pass it along.”

Aside from looking really fine, Tip also talked about his recent photoshoot for his album cover:

“I’m known as ‘the King.’ Although it’s disputed by some, concurred by most, there ain’t no disputing that lion–that is what it is. So I went and told them, ‘Get me as close as you can to a lion.’ He had a trainer holding him on a chain. They took the chain out [in post-work]. It really went down. I wanted to pet him. I said, ‘Let me get hands on.’ They were like, ‘No. We could only let you do but so much.’ So I did as much as they would allow me to do…I figured we had to do some kind of slick and meaningful imagery to say the obvious without doing the obvious. I tried to flip it as much as I could. I wanted it to be a a busy city street. My original idea was to lock down Times Square and let me and the lion do the same thing right there, but we couldn’t quite pull that off; they said it had to be in controlled environment. They tried to a artsy kind of drawing. It looked good, but it didn’t serve my purpose–it was just a painting. I figured, if it got to be a controlled environment, we may as well just keep it all the way simple make it black and white, white background, me, him, cool chair.”

Tip also expressed how fed up he is with ‘muthaf-ckas and suckas’ and snitching rumors to get lighter time in the upcoming edition of XXL Magazine:

“What people don’t take into consideration is the reason that I was eligible for certain agreements that they weren’t eligible for was because I made myself a useful member of society. Most muthafuckas catch cases and get time. My nigga, you wasn’t doing shit when you was out here, so wasn’t no reason for them to keep you out here. Please understand the G code that I learned from, if you speak out your mouth that a muthafucka is telling on somebody and you can’t come with indisputable, irrefutable facts to support that statement, that makes you the sucker. You are now in violation of the G code. And there ain’t nobody, nowhere in naan jail sayin’ I was on they paperwork.”

Looks like it’s going to be a good read.

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