You’re Killin’ Me: Bureau Of Prisons
So T.I. can’t ride his own tour bus from Arkansas to Georgia? Bureau Of Prisons you’re killin’ me! Witnesses are saying that you saw T.I. get on the bus, and you didn’t object! You’re killin’ me! You should of known the rules before T.I. got on the bus. I mean, you guys do work for the Federal Bureau of Prisons correct? Know your rules. Don’t wait until Tip gets to Atlanta and then decide that T.I. had in fact broken the rules, which you didn’t enforce at the time T.I. got on the bus. Besides, what’s wrong with riding your own bus. He had no alcohol or drugs, and he arrived on time. What’s wrong? Bureau of Prisons, you’re killin’ me!
I understand that T.I. violated his probation. He was clearly in the wrong. I also agree with T.I. serving the rest of his sentence in a halfway house. But, this whole you-can’t-travel-on-your-own-tour-bus thing is killin’ me. T.I had no problem traveling in the van trailing behind the bus, but since nobody objected, T.I. went ahead and rode his luxurious bus. Tiny even said prison officials, “walked him over, took pics and told him good luck in life.” Tiny adds that, “This is a bunch of bulls**t,” and that, “[prison officials] should have said something before he got on the bus, T.I. would have politely gotten into a van. T.I. is one of the strongest individuals I know, and they just trying to break him in more ways than one and it’s not gonna work! ‘Cause what God got for him, can’t no man take that away, period!”
The Hip-Hop Police is out here working over time, and some of you rappers are not helping. Watch who you hang with. Don’t carry firearms, that’s for your bodyguards, and don’t drive 102 mph on a suspended license, don’t participate in any murders. T.I. had no control over this situation though, which makes this situation even worse. I don’t see anything wrong in riding your own bus. T.I. is now scheduled to be released September 29, see you then Tip.
Bureau Of Prisons, you’re killin’ me.