In the upcoming December/January issue of Vibe, rapper T.I. had a few things he wanted to address. One of them being his September 2010 arrest in Los Angeles for possession of ecstacy which violated his probation and led to an 11-month stint in an…
Since the age of 17, Michigan hip hop artist, “Boss Ruff” has undertaken many roles from entertainer to actor, rapper to writer; this native Grand Rapids MI native has many strings to his bow, but has always returned to his roots as a rapper.
Recently discovered by Expat Records and Infinite… Continue
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According to TMZ, T.I.'s wife Tameka "Tiny" Cottle drug possession case against her has been dismissed. The L.A. County District Attorney's office states the case has been dropped due to the fact she completed 24 sessions of a certified drug… Continue
T.I. appeared in court today October 15th for a hearing that started at 2:00PM, flanked by his team of lawyers that included Ed Garland, Steve Sadow, Don Samuel, Janice Capek, Kristen Wright and Dwight Thomas.
The courtroom was packed, as he stood before Judge Charles Pannell Jr.
Prosecutors chastised the Grammy Award winning rapper for violating the terms of his… Continue
The Grand Hustle King T.I. says while he served his one year in prison, fellow rap superstar Eminem gave him advice and motivation.
"I reached out to Em,"Tip says. "My management reached out to his management, just in hopes of getting him on a record. Em personally reached out to me, and we been speaking ever since, especially since I went through my situation with having to go to prison.…Continue
"If Drake actually responded on record and battled or beefed with any Mainstream-esque Rapper capable of spitting bars(Nas, Eminem, Jay Z, Slaughterhouse, Tech N9ne, Busta Rhymes, Kendrick Lamar, Pusha T, J. Cole, Schoolboy Q, 50 Cent, The Lox,…"