T. I. Denies Involvement In $5M of the Alleged Cryptocurrency Scam

HipHop News Posted on November 5, 2018 at 7:30am

T. I. Denies Involvement In $5M of the Alleged Cryptocurrency Scam

The tip feels as much of a victim as all the others.

T. I. is being dragged to the courts over $1.3 million dollars cryptocurrency scam called FLiCK of Tokens and is denying any involvement, The Explosion of reports.

"The tip is really discouraged by the demand," T. I.'s lawyer, Albert A. clad, plated Jr., he says The Explosion. "The council has not received a single dollar of Felton or the money alleged to have been invested by the plaintiffs, nor had any right of ownership of the company.".centered-ad {

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In 2017, the 25 investors contributed $1.3 million "for the now worthless stock called FLiK Tokens," documents of the court of the lenders' $5 million dollar demand to say. FLiK Tokens is the creation of Atlanta entertainment executive, Ryan Felton, who Tip alleges used her image to push investors to invest money in the company.

The investors claim Felton and T. I. allegedly raised the price of the new cryptocurrency the use of your money, "dumped" to the symbols, and then disappeared. Felton explained that "T. I. had given FLiK tokens to the members of your family and friends who had sold in massive quantities in coinexchange.com causing a rapid devaluation."

According to clad, plated, T. I. talks with Felton about the possibility of becoming an investor were relatively short-lived.

Despite the opportunity, the company is being accused of using a curr


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