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The Atlanta MC is enjoying a jam session with his band, and P. Diddy is singing his broken heart along with his group Dirty Money.
The Atlanta rapper has until November 1 to turn himself in to authorities at Forrest City prison in Arkansas.
Due to probation violation, cognac company Remy Martin could no longer 'continue collaborating with T.I.', hopping the rapper 'will devote his time and energy to staying the course.'
District Attorney's office spokeswoman Jane Robinson revealed that they dropped drug charges against the rapper although he still has to begin his jail term next week.
In the name of 'Citizens of the State of Atlanta Georgia', they ask officials to grant T.I. a reprieve and swap his jail time for a stint in a drug treatment center.
Since T.I. refused to perform, the concert was canceled and the promoter claimed he suffered severe stress because he had invested his life savings of over $340,000 into it.
The rapper is no longer featured on the deodorant company's official website and will not be used in their future promotional campaign anymore.
Desperate local Joshua Starks claims he is glad the rapper convinced him not to jump to his life, saying 'Man, I was really about to let myself down and let everything go.'
Despite the fact that it is far less than the prosecution's suggested two-year sentence, the sentencing 'is not what he expected,' the rapper's lawyer claims.
With Chris Brown supporting him on the track, the rapper says sorry for what he has done wrong, insisting he's just a human after all.
The rapper is again facing time behind bars after violating his probation as a result of his September marijuana arrest with a judge saying that he 'dumped a lot of smut on the whole experiment.'
'I don't have the age, the energy or the attitude to continue in this cycle in this ongoing process of destruction and disparity in my life,' the rapper says.
The rapper, who has helped police talking with a man attempting a suicide, has 'every intention' of keeping in contact with the young male.
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.