T.I. commented on Rob Kardashian's social media tirade against former fiancé Blac Chyna just moments before Instagram took down Rob's account. But before his account was deleted, Rob managed to slide in a scathing reply to the rapper, accusing him of paying Chyna to have threesomes with him and his estranged wife, Tameka "Tiny" Harris.
TMZ stopped T.I. at LAX on Sunday to ask for his take on the now-deleted exchange and it was clear that he finds it distasteful, to say the least.
"Don't tell women's business," he admonished Rob through the camera. "That's bad. That's very, very bad. It's poor character. It's flawed. . . Our secrets are sacred. We don't do that. That's a whole level of f***boy s***. I don't know how you’re gonna get p**** after that."
T.I., who is prone to hyperbole as a professional rhymer, delighted in taking it one step further. "Your hand isn't even gonna deal with you now!" he joked. "Your hand gonna go, 'Nope, I saw what you did!'"
"Why bring ya business to IG tho?" T.I. asked, unprompted, in a deleted Instagram post. "Look, You got worked bro….but at least keep it to yourself, you letting the world know you a duck. I mean a BIG DUCK, a mighty duck, Ronald McDonald the Duck, Scrooge McDuck, Howard the Duck, Huey Dewy & Lewie… save the #DuckTales Just hold this L, kiss ya kid & cut ya losses& move on… u got no moves bro."
Rob then clapped back in another post, replying, "Since [T.I.] wanna chime in on business that don't concern him, let's talk about the threesome you had with Chyna and your baby mama Tiny."
Rob could be facing legal consequences as Blac Chyna appeared on Good Morning America with lawyer Lisa Bloom to reveal her devastation over what's been called revenge porn against her.
“I was devastated, of course," she admitted. "I’m like, ‘How could somebody, like, post these pictures of me?’ This is a person that I trusted."
Chyna was granted a restraining order against Rob in Los Angeles Superior Court on Monday; Rob didn't appear in court but his lawyer Robert Shapiro expressed Rob's "regrets" to reporters while entering the building.