T.I. and Tiny’s Son King Harris Has a Word for Druski Over His Song Referencing the “Standing on Business” Slogan

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King Harris wants to settle scores with Druski, and the young blood is not afraid to go public with his feelings. T.I. and Tiny’s son claimed he popularized the use of the phrase “standing on business,” adding that Druski, whose new songs use the same words, failed to acknowledge him.

King Harris Wants His Crown as the One Who Popularized “Standing On Business” — Not Druski

Druski’s fans are well into his “Standing on Business” track. The rapper, alongside Drake, has been credited as the master planner of the words. To promote the new song, Druski took to Instagram to share slides of the takes on the set of the clip, including a crowd chasing him and later settling to listen while he performed.

However, King Harris found it hard to buy into the idea that Druski was the one who brought the “standing on business” phrase to the forefront. He told fans via an Instagram clip how he intends to confront Druski for not referencing him, who sits as the CEO of the words. He said:

“Druski was saying that all this shit ain’t happening. I’m just being real. I’m about to go pull up on Druski. I gotta go pull up on this n-gga talking about how he’s standing on business in Atlanta filming a video. I gotta go tell him we really got a CEO standing on business in Atlanta. That’s just me. I put that shit on the map. You hear me?”

In the same video, King Harris explained that he put the words in Druski’s mouth. He added that ESPN and nearly everyone in the country couldn’t help themselves after hearing it from him first.

T.I.’s son did not leave fans guessing how he popularized the words that were already in town before now. The 19-year-old traveled back in time to when he had an altercation with his dad.

King Harris Uses “Standing On Business” Against His Father T.I.

During T.I.’s performance at the Atlanta Falcons game, the rapper and his 19-year-old son argued about backgrounds and how King Harris had it easy. However, the younger celebrity maintained that it was the opposite. In the end, things got physical. King Harris later went online to toot his own horn, writing “I Stand on BUSINESS.”

This exchange between father and son made many older parents call out T.I., but the rapper ended up defending his family.

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