T.I. Slams VH1 For Canceling His Show “Family Hustle”

T.I. has blasted VH1 for canceling his reality show “T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle.”

Tip criticized the network for suspending production following sexual abuse allegations in response to a parody that said “I wish TI Family Hustle still came on.” “@vh1 13years no loyalty. No Integrity. Just jumped to conclusions,” he captioned the short clip, which was accompanied by his Lil Jon duet “F**k Em.”

“False accusations. No apology. No accountability. No closure. In the name of protecting women…while unfairly, without due process….Subsequently punishing Women???… No problem,” he added, along with an emoji of a middle finger.

T.I. and his wife Tameka “Tiny” Cottle-Harris were accused of sexual abuse by VH1 in February 2021, and production on the fourth season of “Friends & Family Hustle” was halted. MTV Entertainment, T.I., and Tiny all agreed to put the film on hold, according to Deadline at the time.

The couple was suspended after a number of anonymous women accused them of drugging them and forcing them into sexual settings with which they were uncomfortable. The allegations were called “false” and “baseless” by T.I. and Tiny.

Prosecutors finally chose not to prosecute the pair with any crimes because the cases, which included one in Los Angeles and another in Las Vegas, were filed after the statue of limitations had expired.

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