The Atlanta rapper has until November 1 to turn himself in to authorities at Forrest City prison in Arkansas.
Troubled rapper T.I. has been ordered to report to a federal prison to begin serving an 11-month jail sentence. U.S. Marshal Beverly Harvard ruled on Tuesday, October 26 that the hip-hop star, real name Clifford Harris Jr., has until November 1 to turn himself in to authorities at Forrest City prison in Arkansas.
The rapper was sentenced to 11 months behind bars after breaking his probation when he was arrested last month in Los Angeles on drug charges. Authorities decided not to pursue the case and it was dropped. T.I. served six months in Forrest City last year on weapons possession charges.
The fact that he is going back to jail seemingly has become the reason why he changed the title of his upcoming studio album, "King Uncaged". The title was initially an ode to his freedom earlier this year after living in jail for weapons-possession charge, but now he reportedly changed it into "No Mercy".