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Mar152019

After T.I. compares himself to Tupac, fans tell him to "slow your roll" and "stop this delusional flexing"

Paras Griffin/Getty ImagesT.I. is boasting that he’s “the very best,” but after comparing himself to Tupac, fans are divided as to whether he’s really on the same level as the late, legendary rapper.

“Any way you slice it... I’m the very best at what I do... impossible to duplicate... accept no substitution!!!,” TIP commented on Instagram.

“Riddle me this.... Who since 2Pac has maintained as much consistent diversity within music genres, businesses & other opportunities? I’ll wait.”

The Grand Hustle CEO did not have to wait long for an answer. Some fans agreed, with one writing, “Yes you are no matter what you do.”

Another person commented. “I'm a say I'm the biggest Pac fan and TIP fan!!!!! I agree with what you saying.

However, many disagreed with T.I.’s bragging.

“Need to slow your roll there buddy comparing yourself to Tupac,” one person commented.

Another fan responded, “Self proclaimed king of the south is now the new PAC .u far from pac man keep doin you but leave pac out of it.

Several fans named other stars whose match T.I’s accomplishments.

LL, Ice Cube and Snoop all in that category music, actors, game shows/cooking show & sports, snoop got that cookbook they goats too, 50 do music and act, a few more can’t think of now lol,” wrote one.

“Dr. Dre, Kanye West, 50 Cent, Puff Daddy, Donald Glover, Will Smith, etc. Weell, looooots," added another. "Stop [this] awkward delusional flexing, please. That click bait promotion tricks to advertise your new music is so lame.”

After dropping his Dime Trap album in October, T.I. has several films coming out in the next year, including Cut Throat City co-starring Wesley Snipes and Terrence HowardThe Trap featuring Queen Latifah and Mike Epps, and Dolemite Is My Name with Eddie Murphy and Chris Rock.

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