I Care, I Know You Don’t Care But T.I. Can Now Travel Outside Of Georgia
After impressing his probation officer, T.I. receives permission to travel outside of Georgia.
After spending 11 months in prison for violating his probation, which had stemmed from an arrest on drug possession charges, Clifford Harris Jr. was finally released last year (2011). However, his travel options have been closely confined while he serves out the terms of his supervised release.
Having completed an alcohol and drug therapy program, T.I. received an outstanding report from his probation officer on the 12th of April, resulting in a judge signing off on a request to increase his travel options on Monday (April 16).
According to TMZ, the rapper is now free to journey out of Georgia for up to 12 days at a time.
Yayness! Let’s hope T.I. Stays out of trouble for long enough this time. It’s starting to seem like his prison time is in a race with his time in the spotlight.
Words By: Coco (@CeceNoStockings)