Rapper T.I. Is Being Sued By His Own Atlanta Restaurant Employees 

  
Scales 925, the Atlanta restaurant owned by rapper T.I., is at the center of a legal dispute. 

Clifford Harris, T.I.’s legal name, and his business partner Charles Hughes have just been named in a lawsuit filed by 12 of their employees claiming that the two restaurateurs have violated the Fair Labor Standards Act, WSBTV reports.

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NBA Player Shot In Leg In Gunfight At Rapper T.I.’S Restaurant In ATL

  

Via TMZ– The person shot in the leg at T.I.’s Atlanta restaurant is former NBA player Glen Rice Jr. — son of Glen Rice. 

(TMZ) broke the story … a fight broke out at Scales 925 on Sunday night … after a verbal argument inside the eatery spilled out into the parking lot. 

During the incident, shots were fired … and Rice was shot in the leg. 

Cops say they have footage showing Rice running from the scene of the crime and ditching a gun by throwing it on a stairwell. 

Rice was shown on footage getting into a Porsche and leaving the scene. 

Police responded and pulled over the Porsche and found Rice Jr. bleeding from the leg — while in possession of 240 grams of marijuana and $6,000 in cash. 

He’s been charged with reckless conduct and possession of weed.  

Rice Jr. was a 2nd round pick in the 2013 NBA Draft … and was waived by the Washington Wizards back in January. We’re told Rice Jr. was exploring options to play overseas. 

Read more about Glen Rice on TMZ