For the second time in the past three weeks the rapper headed to a halfway house to complete the remainder of his sentence.
His attorney said Thursday that T.I. was transferred from a federal prison in the city to the halfway house. He is set to be released on Sept. 29.
The rapper is currently completing his prison bid for a probation violation that stems from a September 2010 arrest for drug possession.
“[T.I.] went through a disciplinary hearing held before the ‘Center Disciplinary Committee’ (composed of Community Corrections-halfway house-staff) who recommended that he be returned to the halfway house,” his lawyer Steve Sadow said in a statement to MTV.
Earlier this month, T.I. 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
Prison officials objected to his riding on a luxury vehicle and relocated him to the Atlanta prison.