T.I. is coming home. The incarcerated rapper, born Clifford Harris, Jr., will be released from Arkansas’ Federal Correctional Institution Forrest City Low on September 29, 2011 after completing his 11-month sentence for violating his parole.

The Atlanta, Georgia lyricist began serving his bid on November 1, 2010. The sentence stems from a drug arrest made in Hollywood, California in September, when police pulled him and his wife Tameka “Tiny” Cottle over for making an illegal U-turn. A search of the vehicle turned up contraband materials, which led to the couple’s detainment.

The Grand Hustle Records honcho did not face drug charges in the case, but plead guilty for violating his parole. He had only recently been released from prison after serving his time for a prior weapons conviction.

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