Shortly after Nelly was accused of raping a woman, T.I. is speaking out on sexual assault allegations.

While getting his hair cut, the Grand Hustle boss named famous male celebrities, who’ve been accused of sexual assault. “I’m just sitting here thinking,” he said, “After Mike Tyson, after motherfuckin’ Tupac, after all the other motherfuckers who done been with girls and the girls got mad for whatever reason and left off and said that they raped them or whatnot, what the fuck ever happened when a motherfucker find out that the bitch was lying, my ni**a? What consequences is there for this young lady? We take ours.”

Tupac Shakur was convicted of first-degree sexual abuse, but acquitted of weapons and sodomy charges in 1994, after a woman accused him and three other men of sexually abusing her in a hotel room. In 1992, Mike Tyson was convicted of raping a woman in a hotel room.

T.I.’s video message continues, as he wondered what happens to a woman who falsely accuses a man of sexual assault. “If more than 12 find her guilty, we got to answer to that,” he added. “But, if we find out that this wasn’t true, what the fuck happen to her? I’m sick of this shit. I’m just saying. We ain’t no motherfuckin’ targets. Get your shit together.”

According to Stanford, approximately “two percent of all rape and related sex charges are determined to be false, the same percentage as for other felonies.”

Over the weekend, a woman accused Nelly of raping her. The rapper maintained his innocence in an open statement. “Let me say that I am beyond shocked that I have been targeted with this false allegation,” he wrote. “I am completely innocent. I am confident that once the facts are looked at , it will be very clear that I am the victim of a false allegation.”

Nelly’s rape accuser is calling him out for bullying her so harshly in the media, her attorney believes it rises to the level of a crime and is demanding justice … TMZ has learned.
The alleged victim’s attorney, Karen Koehler, says Nelly fired off a letter to prosecutors laying out what she views as verbal attacks made by Nelly’s team since TMZ broke the story of Nelly’s arrest. In the letter she says, “It is morally reprehensible for an accused person and his bully lawyer to issue derogatory and defamatory statements against a young alleged rape victim.”
She adds, “It is also criminal — in the State of Washington — when those vicious attacks are issued in the form of threats.”

Koehler singles out Nelly’s attorney for saying the accuser is “a person with an agenda and clearly she has one. The agenda is money, fame and notoriety.”
Koehler’s letter includes the legal statutes regarding intimidating a witness — which is a class B felony in Washington.

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