After just one day of freedom, T.I. was under arrest again on Thursday.
The Grammy-winning rapper — who was released from an Arkansas prison Wednesday after spending the last ten months in custody for a 2010 drug conviction — was taken back into federal custody on Thursday, his attorney Steve Sadow said, after he showed up to an Atlanta halfway house in a souped-up luxury bus.
“There appears to be confusion surrounding the method of transportation,” Sadow said.
On the way from the Arkansas prison to The Peach State, the rapper — real name Clifford Harris — was being recorded for an upcoming VH1 show chronicling his comeback after his second prison stint in three years.
Federal Bureau of Prisons spokeswoman Traci Billingsley told the AP she couldn’t comment on the incident, or where the rapper was taken following it. An official website for the organization listed T.I.’s status as “in transit,” with no further details.
The talented rapper has made more headlines than hits the past three years: He served a seven-month stint behind bars following a 2009 arrest on gun charges; and was arrested again in September 2010 on drug charges.
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