King Harris Takes Credit For Popularizing 'Standing on Business'

King Harris Takes Credit For Popularizing ‘Standing on Business’

King Harris, the son of hip-hop recording artist and reality TV star, Tip “T.I.” Harris is laying claim to popularizing the phrase, “Standing On Business.” The young artist has recently stated so after threatening to “pull up” on comedian, Druski after finding out that the comedian filmed a video for his song, “Standin on Bihness” in the confines of Atlanta, where he grew up according to HipHopDx.

The comedian notified heads in Atlanta that he was filming the video to the song at the State Farm Arena on January 31. He was looking for extras to be in the video.

 

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In response to Druski putting out the song, King took to his Instagram account to claim that it was because of him that people are using the phrase more often, although he did admit that he didn’t “create it.”

With a smile on his face, he says, “I gotta pull up on Druski. Let me show y’all something.” He aims the camera at a promotional t-shirt that says, “Standing On Business” that he puts on.

He then goes on to pat himself on the back by stating that, although it’s been around for some time, it was because of him that people are saying it now.

“I ain’t create it but I’m the one that got everybody saying it, ya hear me? “That shit’s been on years and years but when you ask who got the news saying it, who got ESPN saying it, who got football players saying it, who got kids saying it, who got everybody saying it. It’s me.”

He then references the viral moment when he and his father were at an Atlanta Falcons earlier this season, arguing and he blurted out that he is standing on business.

He then stated that he was on his way to confront Druski since the comedian was filming the video in Atlanta.

 

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No word if he ever got to “pull up” on Druski.

King Harris Takes Credit For Popularizing ‘Standing on Business’

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