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The rapper was able to convince a man who threatened to jump to his death from a building at 1201 Peachtree Street in Atlanta, 'telling the guy it is not that bad, and it will be OK.'
The rapper's probation officer has recommended the hip-hop star spend up to 14 months in jail if he is found to have breached court regulations.
The rapper's fate will be decided during the court date scheduled on October 15 after he was charged with possession of a controlled substance.
The rapper's father died of Alzheimer's complication and he would like to host a luncheon which benefits For the Love of Our Fathers Foundation.
A federal judge is summoning the rapper who was busted for cannabis smoking while driving with his wife.
His recent criminal case where he was busted for marijuana possession may cost him the endorsement for AXE.
The rapper scores the most nods among other artists with 11 nominees, including for Best Live Performer and CD of the Year.
The clean-living R&B singer thinks 'nine times out of 10 when he [T.I.] gets in trouble, it's not him, it's the people that he's with.'
His probation officer while he was going through prison sentence last year has summoned the rapper to return to Georgia to be processed.
The opinion was thrown by former United Nations Ambassador Andrew Young has worked with the rapper since his jail release ealier this year.
After arrested and booked for alleged possession of a controlled substance, Tiny aka Tameka Cottle wrote on her Twitter page on Thursday, September 2 to thank her fans for their support and prayers.
The newlywed couple was arrested and booked for alleged possession of a controlled substance after pulled over by police officers in a Maybach on Sunset Boulevard on Wednesday night, September 1.
The rapper did a class to try 'to change criminals ways of thinking' for his fellow inmates in an Arkansas prison.
The rapper will not be in the music world for too long, shifting his focus as an actor.
The state boardmembers suggested fining club owners $50,000 instead of ordering permanent ban, but a final decision will come from Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed in the coming week.