More videos of rapper tip “TI” Harris bombing have surfaced during his standup comedy set at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn over the weekend.
TI responded to the crowd in a chat with comedian Michael Blackson on Instagram Live.
The father of seven began comedy after becoming a self-proclaimed “king of the south” at the age of 41.
According to TI, the Barclays audience was not scolding him. They were challenging him to do better. He believes they were gossiping and asking him to do his best. “I dare you to be more fun, I dare you to be better,” he said.
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TI added that not everyone was shouting, “It came from the right. It was a white boy in the middle, and I told him, ‘I will not take it from you … It was to enter the bus from the right in front of the colony. Trying. “
TI said that when his set was over, the audience stood on their feet and applauded him. But Blackson was not a believer. “I didn’t see it,” Blackson said.
TI is not discouraged by boos. He said he would use the same material in his standup routine and that he would “read the crowd” a little better.
“I appreciate the opportunity to grow, I appreciate the opportunity to get better,” he said.
Watch the videos below.