New rumor surfaces by the hour that T.I. has been thinking about becoming a minister. The rapper, as claimed by MediaTakeOut, is studying to become a preacher.
A federal magistrate judge ruled Thursday, March 20 that T.I. can attend Easter services sponsored by the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church from 8:30 A.M. until 2 P.M. Sunday, March 23. In fact, the hit maker, according to a member of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, did a lot more than just attend the services.
MediaTakeOut quoted the source as saying, "T.I. stayed after services were over and spoke to Pastor [Eddie Long] for a long time ... They said a lot of things. But one of the things T.I. said is that he was thinking about becoming a minister."
No denial nor verification from T.I. and his people concerning the report.
Best known as a rapper, thanks to his album "Trap Muzik" that catapulted him to stardom, T.I. is also a songwriter, actor, record, philanthropist, and executive producer as well as the co-CEO of Grand Hustle Records.
He's currently under house arrest awaiting trial on weapons charges.