Rapper T.I. who is currently under house arrest will be allowed to attend Easter services on Sunday at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church. During that time T.I. will have to be accompanied by a court-approved monitor and one of his attorneys.
Rapper T.I. born Clifford Harris who is currently under house arrest and is awaiting trial on a weapons charge will be allowed to attend Easter services according WSB-TV Atlanta. The rapper was arrested in 2007 after planning to pickup three machine guns and two silencers he allegedly had his bodyguard purchase for him. The arrest happened only hours before a performance was scheduled to take place at the BET Hip-Hop Awards in Atlanta.
On Thursday, a federal magistrate Judge, gave T.I. permission to be away from home until 8:30am to 2:000pm on Sunday so that he can attend services at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church. During that time T.I. will have to be accompanied by a court-approved monitor and one of his attorneys.
Previously services were planned to be held at the Georgia Dome in downtown Atlanta court documents are stated to have said, but due to tornado damage it would likely have to be held at the church's Lithonia location.
In November, T.I. requested to have a Thanksgiving gathering at his suburban home but was denied.