Celebrity dad and rapper T.I. (Clifford Harris) surrendered himself to authorities today in order to begin his 11-month duration in state prison for violation of probation.
“I can confirm he is in prison,” attorney Steve Sadow says. “He reported before the due time, which I think was noon.”
Just before his surrender, T.I. tweeted: “Hey yall #teamTI will be holding me down on this front with updates until I return. Thx for your continued support. In a minute No Mercy.”
No Mercy is the title of his next album. due out Dec. 7. He scrambled to put the finishing touches on the album before heading back to prison, including shooting a music video featuring Chris Brown for the album’s second single, “Get Back Up.”
How long do you think T.I. will stay in prison for before being released?