T.I.â€™s attorneys presented a bond proposal to the court asking that their client be released on a $2.2 million bond (with a half-million dollar cash deposit), in addition to a $1 million signature bond signed by T.I.â€™s recording home, Atlantic Records. The label also contributed five $100,00 signature bonds signed by five executives from Atlantic and Warner Music. Additionally, two $100,00 surety bonds from different bonding companies and the $1.5 million equity in T.I.â€™s two homes were also offered up to the court. A total of $5.4 million was presented to procure T.I.â€™s release.
I am a self professed T.I. music hater but as a black man I cant feel sorry for dude, who makes millions it, then goes to meet niggas in a parking lot for guns?..Who does that?..If the FEDS raided his crib first I would have more sympathy..TIP out there with fans asking for autographs while he trynna buy guns..Shouldnt he have assumed at the very least hey maybe paparazzi (TMZ, Perezhilton, Shanti from Nahright) is watchin me?..Like who has fans and buys guns in a parking lot?..Who does that?
Nigga need to retire or at least get married. camel got too many humps.
Nas bout the same age but he dont look like he 70 and he married and doin big thangs. this nigga keep retiring and comin back. still might cop the album tho, listen to it then bump ether after that.. Nigga falll bac young.