TI’s Teenage Son Gets Arrested w/ Boosie’s Son … Charged By Anti-Hiphop Atlanta DA Fani Willis!

Rapper TI and Tiny Harris’ son King Harris and son of Boosie are the latest hip-hop artists to be arrested in Fulton County, Atlanta. Current District Attorney Fani Willis has declared WAR on hip-hop artists — and recently jailed Young Thug and Gunna on RICO charges.

Now it seems to her about the children of rappers.

Media Take Out learned that Boosie’s son and King were both picked up at the Waffle House in Atlanta. It’s not clear what charges will be brought against the two teenagers – but the two have been at large as of this morning.

But police released a mug shot of TI’s son.


According to King, he was taken into custody and charged in connection with his alleged conduct outside the waffle house. Boosie’s son hasn’t said what he’s been charged with – but says ‘Free King’ on video.


Shortly after King was released from prison, he released a series of videos and photos declaring his dissatisfaction with the Atlanta police force.

Fulton County Attorney Fani Willis is a pit bull when it comes to crime. She has a zero tolerance policy and goes after hip hop stars and gang leaders to “clean up” the town.

In May 2022, Willis’ office filed indictments against Young Thug on 56 counts of gang felonies under Georgia’s RICO statute and charges of possession of illegal firearms and drugs, allegedly discovered after executing a search warrant. The rapper has been in the Cobb County Jail since his arrest.

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