Clifford Harris, T.I.

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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.

A witness at the Luckie Lounge in Atlanta confirmed to E! News this week that T.I. was there recently attending a birthday party for the daughter of fiancée Tameka "Tiny" Cottle, who's also mom to two of the rapper's sons.

Cottle recently announced that she and her man plan to tie the knot something this year.


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