Just because the famed Atlanta rapper is behind bars, doesn’t mean his voice won’t be heard. T.I. recently wrote another letter from behind bars in the Arkansas correctional facility where he is being held. The letter, featured on his website, details how he regrets the actions that he learned from dope-selling family members, and how he hopes to teach his son about the true meanings of manhood outside of the life of crime.

This experience is truly a pain I have never felt before and that’s saying a lot for a nigga who’s been down locked up as many times as I have. I see this as a real ass whoopin’. The kind you don’t just go back outside to play afterwards. You take ya ass to bed and don’t come out of your room until it’s time to go to school. I don’ t know what effect this will have on my life moving forward but I’m certainly sick and mother f*cking 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. Even though it’s been a long road, I’m still standing, barely but nevertheless still standing. At one time I thought my motivation for continuing was for my fans, my partna Philant, my pops, my grandmama, even for the haters or the people I let down. But nah… I got to do this shit for me!!! I’ll be God damned if I’ve come all this way and made it through so much hell to let it go down like this! F*ck that! If an hour in the dark is worth a second in the sun then pass me my mother f*ckin’ shades cause I’m ready to cash my darkest hours in…ASAP!!! A lot of folks had fathers or father figures in the house to raise them into manhood. I’m not trying to make any excuses for my situation but my father was a hustler that lived in New York. My uncle was a local big time dope boy turned 10 year federal inmate. My mother and grandparents did the best they could but I found my manhood in the trap and in prison systems. But I found it. And nan one of mine will ever have to feel the cold tight grip of a handcuff or grace the presence of a jail cell if I can help it. Over my dead body! So if you can’t respect that you ain’t rocking with my movement then Fuck you dog! I know a bunch of mother f*ckers who are. . .

– Love KING

T.I.’s probation was recently revoked after he was busted during a traffic stop in West Los Angeles. The rapper was sentenced to 11 months in prison for felony possession of a controlled substance while he was on probation for federal gun possession conviction.

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  • Ann G

    Ummm…what is this fool talking about?

  • Ann G

    Oh and by the way, FIRST! And probably only…lol

  • S.

    T.I… I love you more than any other rapper

    but you need GOD and that’s the only Man that will change your life! And I hope you do find him otherwise your children will end up like you and your wife!

    • KB

      I think more than anything, he needs common sense and maturity. His sense of entitlement has really done a number on his ability to take responsibility for his actions.

      Sorry, but there are some people out there who worship or “find” God and yet commit the worst crimes anyways. At the end of the day, people just need to think before they act.

  • Alexandra

    Maybe he has come to a realization of how sad his issues with the law is.
    But I’ll wait and see if he can actually change, when he comes out.

  • Geri

    Painkiller Addiction is on the rise in the U.S and doctors are fully aware of this, but it’s all about the money to them. Doctors are the true thugs and drug dealers, yet the government turns a blind eye!