T.I. has been granted more freedom by a judge who was impressed with his ability to stay out of trouble. Tip can now travel out of state for seven to 12 days.
T.I.'s probation officer recommended the leeway and a judge signed off on it. In addition to his model behavior, Tip also recently completed a drug and alcohol counseling program.
Now, the Grand Hustle boss has roughly five months of supervised release remaining.
He also released "Love This Life," the first single from his upcoming album, Trouble Man, earlier this month.
"It's speaking to women, but from a man's perspective," the Atlanta rapper told XXL. "People who find themselves in a situation where the woman might say she wants to part ways with the man, but the man [is] like, 'Let's be sensible about this. You gonna leave all this? And go where?' That's what he is sayin', the gentleman is sayin.'"
Trouble Man, Tip's eighth studio effort, currently has no release date.
by RTT Staff Writer
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