Can Someone Give T.I. A Ride?
It's gotta be tough...go to jail, get out of jail, go back to jail, now when you get out, you'll need a ride everywhere you go for a year.
TMZ has learned what T.I. will face after he completes his 11 month sentence in Arkansas’ Forrest City facility. The rapper’s probation guidelines will not allow Tip to drive a motor vehicle, leave the country or “own any firearm, dangerous weapon, or other destructive device.” In addition to this, Clifford must participate in a drug/alcohol testing and treatment program as well as remain in northern Georgia unless it’s for work, in which case he’ll have to return within seven days. At least his wife, Tameka “Tiny” Cottle, can enjoy knowing Tip will be home way more!