Ignoring rake, you're getting about 2.7 to 1 pot odds
on a call. You guys will have $8.10 left behind once you get to the flop if you call the additional $1.05. You flop a set about 11.8% of the time. All in all, I don't think that you have the correct combination of pot and implied odds to call here against a villain you only have a 75 hand sample on.
I wouldn't 5bet. You will fold out almost everything worse and most likely get called by better and AK (which you're only a 54.5 to 45.5 favorite to). I highly doubt he's 4betting TT/JJ here, probably just flats IP, so there's not much to gain by trying to bluff IMO - he probably only folds his 4bet bluffs.
I don't mind the 3bet sizing. We don't mind folds to pick up the pot right there, and we also expect to get called a lot since V has position on us, and when V does call we are certainly ahead of his range. However when 4bet, I think we can just fold. I think if you have JJ-99 here instead of 88, it's definitely a more confusing scenario. Not sure if there's ever an argument to be made for flatting the 4bet OOP but I doubt it unless we are deep. I think that I might fold 99 as well and 5bet JJ. TT is somewhere in the middle.