T.I. laughs off punching one of many Chainsmokers after kiss

Seems you possibly can’t have no matter you want in relation to coping with rapper T.I.

The Chainsmokers’ Andrew Taggart discovered that out the arduous method when the “Bring Em Out” artist punched the DJ within the face after he apparently shocked T.I. with a kiss on the cheek.

On Tuesday, the DJ duo’s official TikTok account shared a video with their 2.5 million followers that didn’t present the smack however detailed the occasions main as much as it.

The video — captioned “My bad T.I. won’t happen again… unless?” — begins with footage of T.I. and each members of the group cordially hanging out at a crowded membership. Then it cuts to Taggart and Alex Pall, the opposite member of the Chainsmokers, in a automobile recalling what had occurred on the venue.

“First of all, T.I. is fully in the right here,” Taggart stated. “I was feeling the vibes way too hard, and I kissed T.I. on the cheek. And he punched me in the face for it. It’s fully fine.”

“He was like, ‘Don’t do that.’ And I was like, ‘OK.’ He pushed me off, and I was like, ‘All right, my bad.’… He was like, ‘All right, cool, we’re good.’ It was the weirdest interaction ever.”

Pall added that T.I.’s workforce approached him and stated, “You need to get your boy.”

The “Live Your Life” artist responded to the TikTok video Wednesday on Instagram.

“I love the Chainsmokers, man. They make great music,” he stated in a 17-minute video. “There’s really not much more to the story than you’ve already heard. I think the important thing to take away is that afterwards, we had a drink, we took a shot — you know what I’m saying? And we moved on. Everybody left the party, had a good time.”

He went on to say he’s “still a fan” earlier than including that he can be open to collaborating with the “Closer” hitmakers sooner or later: “If y’all got some time on your hands, let’s catch a vibe.”

Final week, the “Dead and Gone” rapper was awarded the Georgia Excellent Residents Award because of his charitable contributions to his hometown neighborhood of Atlanta.

“You spend years grinding,fighting, clawing and climbing 🧗‍♀️ with what feels like the weight (&Hate) of the world on your shoulders,” he stated of the respect in an Instagram submit.

“[O]ftentimes feeling like no one cares, notices, or appreciates your efforts, intentions or sacrifices … then BAM 💥 God hits you it you face wit a blessing that shows you,you don’t know 💩.”