Hours after being released, the rapper is back behind bars.
T.I. was released from the Forrest City Correctional Facility, Arkansas, at 7:29 on Wednesday, one month in advance.
He was scheduled to serve the remainder of his 11-month sentence for breach of probation at a halfway house.
However, the rapper traveled the 600 kilometers between the federal prison where he was incarcerated in Arkansas and the city of Atlanta in a pimped out tour bus.
According to law enforcements, prison officials can allow an inmate to use a private mode of transportation to travel to the halfway house. Before the transfer, the prisoner must specify what type of transportation will be used.
According to TMZ, T.I. informed officials that he will be traveling in some sort of van, failing to mention anything about the luxurious bus.
The rapper is in federal custody and will be released September 29.