Just days after addressing a congregation for an Easter church service, T.I. is expected to plead guilty to weapons charges according to various sources.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported that T.I., real name Clifford Harris, will enter his plea around 1:30 pm. at an Atlanta courthouse.

Tip’s sentencing will come at a later date, and will likely face prison time.

Prior to his Easter address, T.I. had been confined to house arrest after posting $3 million bond.

The trouble began last October when T.I. was arrested in Atlanta in a parking lot near a Walgreens store for allegedly trying to buy weapons, just hours before he was to perform at the BET Hip Hop Awards.

Federal law prevents former felons from possessing firearms.

Stay tuned to DX for more on this developing story.