Rapper T.I. (born Clifford Harris) was released from jail Tuesday and sent to a halfway house, where he'll serve the remainder of a one-year sentence he began on weapons charges back in May.
The charges stemmed from back in 2007. The year before that he had the best-selling rap record in the U.S., King. His 2006 hit song, "What You Know," won a Grammy, and the next thing you know, T.I. was in a big-budget movie with Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe.
But then, oops, the long arm of the law got mixed up in the middle of his mix-up with some thugs, and T.I. was off to jail in Arkansas.
But according to this report, he's going to spend the last bit of his sentence where things are a little less restricted.