Atlanta rapper T.I., recently granted his first exclusive interview since pleading guilty to three firearms charges last month.
Atlanta rapper T.I., born Clifford Harris, 27, recently granted his first exclusive interview since pleading guilty to three firearms charges last month. T.I. entered a guilty plea deal on last month (March 27) to multiple weapons charges at a federal courthouse in Atlanta. Before being sentenced in one year, T.I. must complete at least 1,000 hours of a total 1,500 hours of community service, talking to youth groups about guns, gangs and drugs.
During his sit-down interview with local newspaper, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the rapper discussed God and Prayer, the changes in his life, the money he's loss and the knowledge he's gained.
"I've probably lost about $10 to $12 million dollars," stated T.I. in the interview. After laughing a bit T.I. adds "Sometimes you laugh to keep from crying. But you know, I'm blessed to be able to be out here to make $10 to $12 [million] more. Especially considering I brought this all on myself. So you know