T.I.'s Accuser Warns Him After Taunting Her in 'What It's Come To' Music Video
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Seemingly unfazed after the 'Live Your Life' hitmaker mocks her in his newest music video, Sabrina Peterson calls him 'dummy' for 'igniting more women that have stayed quiet that you victimized.'

AceShowbiz - T.I.'s accuser has fired back after the rapper mocked her in a music video for his new single "What It's Come To". Seemingly unfazed by his attack, Sabrina Peterson warned him of the potential consequence that he may face due to his action.

Believing that the music video will bring Tip his own disadvantage, Sabrina took to her Instagram page to share her reaction to the visuals. "I have been in federal trouble before," so she posted on Tuesday, June 8. "No matter how the public feels about [you] they can't save you. Since your million dollar team won't tell you I will. You aren't taunting me you are taunting your investigators. You aren't taunting me you are igniting more women that have stayed quiet that you victimized. DUMMY."

The entrepreneur added in the caption, "Many of your fans have been victimized in their lifetime. Your tactics aren't a good look. It's actually sad! It's heartbreaking!" Doubling down on her claim that T.I. once put a gun on her head in front of her children, Sabrina continued, "It's one thing to put a gun to a woman's head but it something totally different to keep attempting to victimized that woman again & again."

She went on calling out the Atlanta star for not showing remorse for his alleged sins, "When it's all said it done I took the high road & tried to give mercy but you repaid it with mockery. Get out the booth & behind cameras & SEE ME IN COURT!"

In the said music video which was released on June 8, T.I. mocked Sabrina's demand for his public apology. The clip opens with audio of Sabrina saying, "Tell the truth about me," as laughter erupts in the background. "Tell the truth and apologize, and I'm gone. Here's the other stipulation - do it within seven days. Within seven days, tell the truth, apologize and I'm gone."

It is then followed by the words, "A toxic person will create drama and then portray themself as the victim" that appear on the screen, a quote borrowed from Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Syreeta Butler.

Sabrina's confession in January prompted multiple women to come forward with drug and rape allegations against T.I. and his wife Tiny Harris a.k.a. Tameka Cottle. In May, it was confirmed that the hip-hop couple was under investigation in Los Angeles over an alleged incident that took place in 2005.

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