T.I.'s weapons charge term is finally over, but there are new rules in the mix for the Atlanta rapper.
According to TMZ, T.I. is now under supervised release for 23 days and has an 11 p.m. curfew— with a 1 a.m. exception given for nights the rapper performs.
He also still has 400 hours of community service to complete. The rapper is coming off his 366 jail term, where he was most previously in a halfway house.
In the midst of all this, T.I. has been busy on his yet-to-be-titled comeback record. Earlier this month, DJ Toomp, T.I.'s long-time production partner who helmed the hit, "What You Know" revealed to VIBE that the rapper was working to get Andre 3000 on his album.
“Different people have been reaching out to Dre [because] he’s still one of the greatest around,” Toomp told VIBE, adding that T.I. has the advantage of Dre’s being a fan of his. “If they do [the song] I would really love to produce it. Dre is a fan of T.I. and [Young] Jeezy. And [T.I. and Jeezy] be like, ‘Dang, he really dig me like that?!’”
T.I. recently released the single, "I'm Back." His newest album is set to be released this year.