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Clifford Harris Jr., better known as T.I., on the porch of his grandparents' home where he grew up in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Amis, File)

T.I. was maxing and relaxing when he had to take a pause to clap back at a sour fan who said the rapper had only two good songs in his music repertoire over the past 18 years.

The Atlanta rapper, whose real name is Clifford Harris, was lounging in a huge pool with his youngest daughter Heiress and didn’t take kindly to that shady comment and decided to school the fan while on Instagram Live about his success. And he flossed a bit too, showing off his fabulous home and the big ol’ pool that he took time out to take a dip in, mid-day.

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“It said, ‘T.I. had two good songs I won’t lie.’ … If 18 years later, two good songs get your ass out here with this kinda lifestyle, you better get you two good songs then, buddy. … You better start working on them two good songs,” T.I. said, laughing as he panned the camera around to show off his current situation. “Can’t worry about the lies more than you worry about the truth. Never can do that.”

Drake even hopped on T.I. page’s to offer support saying: “I think he meant two many good songs,” the rapper said.

T.I.’s got the hits – oh let us count the jams in his catalogue, which includes: “Whatever You Like,” “No Mediocre,” “U Don’t Know Me,” “Dead and Gone,” “Big Things Poppin’,” “Bring Em Out,” “Live Your Life,” and “You Know What It Is.”

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The rubberband man (can’t forget that jam) also has secured three No. 1 albums on the Billboard 200—Paper Trail, King, T.I. vs. T.I.P.. And he’s had two No. 2 albums too – Trouble Man: Heavy Is the Head and Paperwork.

Give the man credit where it’s due and don’t be a hater.