Who is Terrance Beasley aka Cap? TI says his friend peed on Drake, confirming long-standing rumor in new song
In his latest track 'We Did It Big', TI says that his late friend Cap was drunk when he got into an altercation with Drake 10 years ago and peed on him
TI dropped his new album on Friday and in one of his raps featuring John Legend he seemed to have confirmed a long-standing rumor that his friend had peed on Drake. Tip reminisces about fun times with his late friend in the song called 'We Did It Big' where one line, in particular, appears to confirm that his homeboy, Terrance Beasley aka Cap, was drunk when he urinated on the Canadian rapper during an altercation 10 years ago.
"Caught a body, spent millions appealin’ your case," he raps. "While I’m fightin’ my own somehow got you home/So drunk in LA, end up pissin’ on Drake, s**t/F**k it, that’s still my brother since back in the trap house." The story goes that the incident took place during a screening for the movie ‘Takers’ in 2010, when TI's friend Cap somehow peed on the '6 God' singer.
Terrance Beasley was charged with felony murder and possession of a firearm and was sentenced to life in prison in 2001, but he was released in 2006 on parole after new facts pointed out that the use of the weapon was possibly for self-defense. However, in 2009 he was involved in another crime and was named in an aggravated assault case for allegedly helping rapper Killer Mike during a fight. His parole was subsequently revoked and in 2011, he was sent back to prison to serve time on his initial charges.
On December 5, Beasley had an altercation with another inmate at Smith State Prison in Glenville, Georgia, which resulted in his death at the age of 40, according to the press release from the Georgia Department of Corrections. Beasley’s death is being investigated by Georgia Bureau of Investigation and Georgia Department of Corrections.
"While God blessing me the devil testing me," rapper Young Dro, who is also a longtime friend of Cap, posted on Instagram along with photographs from his visit to SiriusXM on the same day he received the news of Cap's death.
TI himself had not posted about Cap's death on his social media but described him as one of the most 'solid big homies' in Atlanta and was mourning the loss of his longtime friend. Cap also had strong ties with Killer Mike, Jermaine Dupri and other Atlanta artists.