Grand opening… grand closing.
Clifford “T.I.” Harris’ first day of September started off with a bang, as he was released early from serving his 11 month prison sentence for federal parole violation but it ended just as dramatically when he found himself right back in the hands of the law.
When I first heard the sad news that the Feds had took Tip away again, my first thought was that the reality show & book deals somehow violated the terms of his probation, but apparently it was his mode of transportation.
Tip’s attorney, Steve Sadow, revealed to the Associated Press that the Federal Bureau of Prisons “has moved T.I. to a different facility” because of an issue involving the rapper’s 375-mile trip Wednesday from the Arkansas lockup to Atlanta in a gleaming motor coach.
The same bus that Grand Hustle General Manager Hannah Kang tweeted about days ago… Continue Reading…