T.I. Calls off Boycott of Atlanta-Area Restaurant

T.I. at the Johnson Publishing Company office in Chicago

T.I. has called for an end to a boycott of an Atlanta-area restaurant that he accused of being discriminatory, according to TMZ. 

In October, T.I. led a protest outside of Houston’s after it was reported that the restaurant refused to seat a number of African-American patrons, including Wacka Flocka’s mother and Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta star, Momma Dee.

Sources told TMZ that the rapper met with executives from the restaurant and was assured that there will be no racial discrimination when it comes to seating customers and that the dress code will be less strict.

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