There’s word that Grammy-award winning rapped and actor TI is out of an Arkansas federal prison and m to a halfway house in Atlanta. 

The ATL entertainer, whose real name is Clifford Harris, was sentenced last October to 11 months behind bars for violating the terms of his probation when he was arrested on suspicion of possessing the drug ecstasy.

At last years sentencing, TI acknowledge that he violated the terms of his probation he police found the drug in his car. The rapper told the judge “I screwed up. I screwed up big time and I am sorry.”

According to cnn.com, in addition to serving prison time, TI was placed on house arrest, ordered to perform community service and pay a hefty fine. He’s expected to spend three months at the halfway house, still have to do less than 500 hours of community service and 23 days of house arrest.

Meantime, there's word that T.I. already has a book deal and a TV reality show in the works.