The rumors and speculation are all true — I’m never going to stop using this picture.
Can’t say enough about how special of a woman I have. It takes a lot to endure the worst of times and still stay grounded during the best of times. She’s been able to do so for long as I can remember. For all that and more, I just adore her in every way. I love her spirit, her heart, her integrity and her loyalty. She’s the love of my life and the girl of my dreams. I’ve heard so much about it being hard for true love to exist in the fast lanes of Hollywood, when dudes can’t stay respectfully committed and chicks can’t stay out their man’s pockets. But somehow she makes it easy, and we never had those problems.
One thing I can say about Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Harris is that they always find new and innovative ways to completely fuck up a good thing. That takes more skill than you’ll ever know, folks. Never mind if the consequences for their action effects the ones closest to them — being a conduit for celebrity fuckery is just has to be done.
Those crazy kids.
T.I.’s wife Tiny confirms … the two were in a room together during regular visiting hours at Arkansas State Prison when Tiny made like Michael Jackson … and beat it.
According to prison guidelines, inmates are allowed to kiss and embrace at the beginning and at the end of a visit as well as hold hands — but “the inmate’s hands must remain in plain view of Visiting Room staff at all times.”
Tiny, pictured above arriving at T.I.’s court appearance on Friday afternoon decked out in Gucci and gold, was all smiles as she made her way up the stairs at the Richard B. Russell Federal Building.
Her relaxed demeanor was later replaced with raw emotion after U.S. District Judge Charles Pannell Jr declared that her husband of less than six months “has had about the limit of second chances” and was sentenced to serve just under a year behind bars for a violating probation. Although the rapper has plans to appeal the ruling I guess its safe to say the honeymoon is officially over.
King re-caged game proper.
Shouts out to the homie Miss Info for summing it all up without putting everybody to sleep:
Sources at the Atlanta Federal Courthouse and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution report that a judge has revoked T.I.’s probation, and ordered him to serve 11 months in following his arrest for drug possession in Los Angeles on Sept 1, 2010.
In that incident: T.I. and his wife, Tiny, were pulled over in their Rolls Royce after an illegal u-turn on Sunset Blvd. And as a result: “…a U.S. probation officer alleged that T.I. committed three violations of his supervised release from prison: possessing ecstasy, testing positive for opiates and associating with a convicted felon.” (source: AJC)
Two days before his big day in court, Clifford The Big Red Dog stepped in to aid police negotiators trying to talk a man out of jumping to his death from a 22-story Midtown building Wednesday afternoon, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.
And the winner for Most Elaborate Hail Mary Attempt At Not Becoming A Booty Warrior goes to . . .
It all went down earlier this afternoon — when cops responded to a 911 call about a man who was threatening to jump off a building in downtown Atlanta … the same building where the Ryan Cameron Radio Show is based.
We’re told T.I. heard about the jumper on the radio — and called Ryan Cameron to see if there was anything he could do to help out with the situation.
Ryan Cameron tells us … he told T.I. to roll over to the building, where the rapper met with police and recorded a heartfelt video message which cops then played for the man on the roof.
It doesn’t help that he looks good in State Property Burnt Orange, either.
Hip-Hop star T.I. failed a drug test with his probation officer and tested positive for marijuana and codeine, the active ingredient in the illegal drink “Sizzurp.”
T.I. was stopped around 10:40PM on September 1st for allegedly making an illegal U-turn on the Sunset Strip. When officers searched the car they found ecstasy on the rapper and his wife, Tameka “Tiny” Cottle.
T.I. and his wife were released on $10,000 bail and could face up to a year on the possession charges in Los Angeles.
But things could be more serious for T.I., because he is on three-years supervised probation, after he was convicted of attempting to purchase machine guns with silencers before the BET Hip-Hop Awards in 2007.
Now T.I. must face the judge who cut almost nine-years off of his original prison sentence and allowed the rapper to serve just one year, due to his celebrity influence over teens.
T.I. probation officer listed three possible violations of his probation, including the ecstasy charge, associating with a convicted felon named Cortez Thomas and testing positive for opiates on September 2nd.
Judge Pannell has not set a date for T.I.’s hearing. (source)