Rapper T.I. has fuelled rumours he is ghostwriting for hip-hop icon Dr. Dre's comeback record after refusing to confirm or deny the allegations.
The Live Your Life hitmaker, real name Clifford Harris Jr., has been in the studio with the former N.W.A. legend and is featured on Dre's new track Topless, alongside Nas.
But T.I. is remaining coy about the full extent of his collaborations with Dre for his long-awaited Detox disc.
When asked about the ghostwriting rumours, he tells RapRadar.com, "Hey man, I cannot confirm nor deny any of those allegations."
And T.I. further alludes to the claims that he is responsible for Dre's rhymes by admitting it would be an honour to have worked with the veteran star.
He says, "Well, I mean, if I had been or if I am in fact writing for Dr. Dre, it would definitely be a pivotal moment and highlight in my career. It would definitely be an absolute honour to work alongside such a musical genius, specialising in gangsta s**t, as I do myself. But that's if I am in fact - if I had ever written for Dr. Dre, you know. But I cannot confirm or deny."
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