Note: This article contains descriptions of suspected sexual assault.

TI has released a new song that appears to address sexual assault allegations against him and his wife, Tameka “Tiny” Harris. The single, titled “This Is What It Comes To,” features lyrics like, “Go put your face and your reputation on it / These kinds of claims deserve more than anonymous provocative conversations, don’t they?” as well as, “Ready to face the ramifications for his vision … while facing some lying ass sluts.”

In February, the New York Times reported that a New York-based attorney named Tyrone A. Blackburn was seeking an investigation into TI and Tiny. Blackburn represents 11 people who have claimed to have been “bullied” by the Harrises or members of their entourage, The Times reported. The Times spoke to five people who claimed they had been drugged, raped or sexually assaulted by the Harrises or their staff. TI and Tiny denied the allegations through their attorney Steve Sadow. Pitchfork has asked both Blackburn and Sadow to comment on “This Is What It Comes To”.

The following month, TI and Tiny were sued for defamation by Sabrina Peterson, who alleged she had been bullied and defamed after she surfaced allegations of sexual abuse against the Harrises. In addition to defamation, Peterson sued for deliberately inflicting emotional stress and more.

Earlier this week, The Daily Beast reported that the Harrises are being investigated by the Los Angeles Police Department on new allegations of sexual assault. According to The Daily Beast, a woman (whose identity was kept anonymous) filed a police report with two LAPD officers in April. In the report (viewed by Pitchfork), the woman claimed that she was taken to a hotel room by TI and Tiny sometime in 2005. She claimed the Harrises gave her a drink that she believes is “most likely drugged.” She claimed that TI entered her vagina with his toes without her consent.

If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, we encourage you to seek support:

RAINN National Hotline for Sexual Assault
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Line of crisis text (chat support)
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