A ride in a luxury bus from Arkansas to a halfway house in Atlanta has landed Grammy Award-winning rapper T.I. back behind bars just two days after his release from federal prison.
The Atlanta entertainer, whose real name is Clifford Harris, was scheduled to spend the final month of his sentence in a residential transition facility, prison officials said earlier in the week.
Prison spokesman Chris Burke confirmed Friday that T.I. had instead been incarcerated in a federal prison in Atlanta but said he did not know the reason why.
The rapper’s release date from prison is Sept. 29, Burke said.