TI Sentenced

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TI was just sentenced this morning:

Northern Georgia District judge sentenced T.I. to one year and one day in prison on felony weapons charges Friday (March 27), calling the rapper’s plea deal “experimental” but a success. Judge Charles Pannell Jr. told the rapper he had more than exceeded the court’s expectations, and he hoped his case would inspire similar plea deals. Tip is scheduled to report to prison voluntarily within the next six to eight weeks. However, the judge acknowledged that the rapper has agreed-upon commitments what will not allow him to enter prison before May 19.

Shortly before 9:30 a.m., the rapper arrived at the 23rd-floor chamber. His manager, Jason Geter, was present beforehand. The sterile building was largely quiet as federal workers, lawyers, and citizens slowly filed in. The courtroom was filled with a mix of teens, curious employees from the building, and the rapper’s family, including his longtime partner, Tameka “Tiny” Cottle. A hushed tone overtook the room with T.I.’s entrance. Lawyers were still entering. T.I., wearing a charcoal grey suit, dark dress shirt and matching tie, was greeted warmly by his legal team. His spirits appeared up as he flashed a smile to different people as he scanned the room. T.I. ā€” who will discuss how he feels about his upcoming jail time on “T.I.’s Road to Redemption: The Reckoning,” airing Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET on MTV ā€” made a plea deal last March that suggested if he completed 1,000 hours of community service before sentencing, paid a $100,000 fine and agreed to complete another 500 hours of community service after his time behind bars, he would be sentenced to a year and a day in prison.

The sentence is notable, according to legal experts, because of the specific length. If T.I. were to be sentenced to one year in prison, for example, he would be required to complete the entire sentence. The sentence of one year and one day could allow T.I. to be released earlier for good behavior, if warranted.

Well Clifford, you did a fine job of changing lives and making a difference before being locked up. Hold your head high up in there, bruh.



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  • MRS.

    Good Luck TI, you are what all rappers should strive to be like. Help these kids not hurt them. God is blessing you and he will continue to bless you. You are a wonderful role model.

  • http://www.gravatar.com Re

    Goodluck T.I.

  • Jay

    I’d give ten more months just for that picture.

  • jb_1030 (Dreams she is Amber Rose so she can wear those shoes)

    I hope he marries Tiny before he goes.

    Re creeping in and out of posts

  • http://www.gravatar.com Re

    Hopefully after this he doesn’t go back to having military weaponry necessary for Iraq…

  • qt

    that’s too much bush for a little guy like that

  • Mrs. Rance


    Don’t get carried away. He ain’t all that just yet.

  • http://www.gravatar.com Re


    I’m sorry love, how are you? I’m so busy…

  • Carl Winslow

    Stay strong! I’m going to pray for you, your wife, and your children, all 20 of them!

  • Bee


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  • Ed Meese's Ghost

    Look at all you blacks supporting this hoodlum. Typical.

  • Aunt Viv

    “Iā€™d give ten more months just for that picture.”

    Hi Re, bye TI

  • Uppity Negro

    Most of you colored people belong in jail! All you all do is ruin neighborhoods, drink kool-aid and eat sunflower seeds. Oh, you also smell of hair relaxer and leave chicken grease stains all over the place! That’s a crime in itself!

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