T.I. was released early this morning from the Atlanta Halfway house where he spent the last two weeks.
T.I. has been in federal custody for the past year, between both jail and the halfway house, after being convicted of federal firearms charges.
Attorney Steve Sadow said T.I., who's real name is Clifford J. Harris Jr., left the Dismas Charities Atlanta halfway house "very early this morning" after spending the last year in federal custody and the last two weeks at the halfway house.
The buzz on the Internet is that the rapper will celebrate lavishly by attending a party Friday night at an Atlanta club and hosting a Sunday brunch for about 150 friends.
We hope T.I. stays out of trouble and can't wait to see what he has in store next!