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The name \"T.I.\" came up like this:
 
The name \"T.I.\" came up like this:
 
T.I.\'s original nickname was \"Tip\", but when he pronounced it on the Mic it sounded like \"Chip\" because of his Dirrty South-dialect. So he went over to saying \"T.I.P.\". Later on he was signed by a label that also had a contract with [[Q-Tip]], and to avoid mix-ups T.I.P. was asked to change his name into \"T.I.\"
 
T.I.\'s original nickname was \"Tip\", but when he pronounced it on the Mic it sounded like \"Chip\" because of his Dirrty South-dialect. So he went over to saying \"T.I.P.\". Later on he was signed by a label that also had a contract with [[Q-Tip]], and to avoid mix-ups T.I.P. was asked to change his name into \"T.I.\"
T.I. is widely believe to have been the trigger man in the killing of Biggie Smalls in 1997 though has has not yet been arrested.
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He claims to be King Of The South, but some would argue that [[Scarface]], who is the true king, is more deserving of that title.
 
He claims to be King Of The South, but some would argue that [[Scarface]], who is the true king, is more deserving of that title.

Revision as of 11:35, 8 April 2006

\'\'\'T.I.\'\'\'

Clifford J. Harris Jr.

The name \"T.I.\" came up like this: T.I.\'s original nickname was \"Tip\", but when he pronounced it on the Mic it sounded like \"Chip\" because of his Dirrty South-dialect. So he went over to saying \"T.I.P.\". Later on he was signed by a label that also had a contract with Q-Tip, and to avoid mix-ups T.I.P. was asked to change his name into \"T.I.\"

He claims to be King Of The South, but some would argue that Scarface, who is the true king, is more deserving of that title.