Struggling with his latest loss of freedom, T.I. promises this prison stint, which is 11 months to serve, will be his last.
Prison life is getting to rapper T.I. - and he still has another 11 months to serve. The hip-hop star, real name Clifford Joseph Harris, Jr., surrendered to authorities in Arkansas at the beginning of the month and is currently serving a year behind bars for violating his parole on illegal weapons charges.
And T.I. is struggling with his latest loss of freedom - as he reveals in a letter to fans on his website. The statement reads, "I don' t know what effect this will have on my life moving forward but I'm certainly sick and mother f**king tired of going to jail, juve, prison, the pen, correctional facilities or whatever else you want to call it."
"I'd have been better off doing a 5-10 year bid one time than going in time and time again for days, weeks and months for the last 15 years of my life." But the star insists this prison stint will be his last: "If an hour in the dark is worth a second in the sun then pass me my mother f**kin' shades, cause I'm ready to cash my darkest hours in...ASAP!!!"