(AllHipHop News) Tip "T.I." Harris heavily incorporated social issues into 2016's Us or Else. The Atlanta hitmaker has also been involved in protests objecting to police brutality, accusations of racism against Houston's restaurant, and the election of Donald Trump.
Will T.I. follow in Trump's footsteps and actually run for political office? HipHopDX caught up with Tip, and he dismisses the idea of becoming a government official.
"I don't want to be a politician ever," T.I. expressed. "It's an insult almost to a certain degree. In the pool of politicians, there's like a handful of good ones. You just got to be blessed to recognize those handful of good ones."
The Ant-Man and the Wasp actor has publicly supported Atlanta-area politicians. In 2017, Tip posted that he stands with John Lewis after the U.S. Congressman and civil rights icon was blasted by Trump.