T.I. Issues Statement on Arrest, Album
Wed, 14 Nov 2007 10:37:26
Clifford "T.I." Harris has delivered a video statement regarding his current gun charges, saying, "It's not over, and the king ain't dead." Harris also used his StreetCred.com clip to thank his lawyers and judge and touch upon Paper Trail, the album he's working on while under house arrest. The title apparently stems from his writing method as of late. Or as his representative said, "He wanted to take more time to really put something down."
Harris was charged with the purchase of illegal weapons last month after his bodyguard was caught buying guns for the convicted felon. Federal agents also found weapons in Harris' Atlanta home, which will be his prison cell (with limited visitors) as he awaits trial.
—The ARTISTdirect Staff