United States rapper TI has been arrested on disorderly conduct and public drunkenness charges as he tried to enter his gated community outside Atlanta. The "Live Your Life" rapper was released on bail of $2,250 around 7:51 a.m.
Atlanta entertainer T.I. has been arrested in Henry County.
T.I. says he called out the guard for sleeping on the job and an argument ensued between the two.
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"The guard continued to refuse entry without justification". T.I. asked the guard, according to police.
Despite the headline-generating bust, Tip didn't spend much time in police custody or have to stand before a judge.
The police later arrived on the scene, where both T.I. and his friend were arrested.
T.I. described the local law enforcement as "white cops in a very white area" and believes he got locked up by them for "being an affluent African-American celebrity".
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Despite his legal issues, T.I. has been an advocate for social justice, in what the Journal-Constitution calls a "metamorphosis". Police were then reportedly called, and T.I. was arrested for disorderly conduct and public drunkenness charges.
He insists he should never have been arrested and explains he got into a "very heated debate" with the security guard because he was allegedly asleep while he was supposed to be working.
The artist tells us the security guard involved in the argument is black, which added to the frustration of the situation. He didn't have his key, and the security guard refused to let him in.
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