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T.I. has taken care of business.
The Grammy-winning rapper completed his yearlong sentence on a weapons charge today and is finally free to walk out his front door without caveats after nearly four months spent living in a halfway house following his release from prison last year.
T.I. spent only seven months in the low-security Forrest City Federal Correctional Complex in Arkansas before being released Dec. 22 to Dismas Charities Atlanta West, a "residential reentry center" in his native Georgia.
But while T.I., whose real name is Clifford Harris Jr., had been leading a restricted existence (he still has a nightly curfew) and has another three years of supervised release and 400 hours of community service ahead of him, life isn't all bad these days.