T.I. Released From Halfway House, Completes 11-Month Sentence
Tip is once again a free man after finishing his bid.
After serving an 11-month sentence for violating his parole on a gun conviction, T.I. is once again a free man.
According to CNN, Tip was released from his halfway house in Atlanta, Georgia earlier this morning. He was initially sent to the house on August 31st, but briefly returned to jail for a short while after prison officials suspected he was conducting business on his bus to the home.
The King of the South originally entered prison in 2009 after cops arrested him for attempting to buy machine guns in a grocery store parking lot. He served seven months for the crime, and later returned to the clink after police pulled him over for making an illegal U-turn and discovered drugs in his vehicle.