Tuesday October 19, 2010
ATLANTA (AP) -- Rapper T.I. says he's learned his final lesson
after a federal judge ordered him back to prison for 11 months.
A federal judge in Atlanta ruled last week that the Grammy
winning rap artist, who real name is Clifford Harris Junior, must
return to prison for violating the terms of his supervised release
on federal weapons charges. He was arrested in California last
month on suspicion of drug possession.
T.I. told radio station V103-FM in Atlanta on Monday that he's
learned by trial-and-error after each arrest and has learned his
T.I. gave the interview to V103 alongside a 24-year-old man whom
he recently helped talk out of committing suicide by leaping from a
downtown building. Police said the man agreed to come down in
return for a meeting with T.I.
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