Rapper TI arrested outside his gated community

Rapper T.I. Is Arrested on Public Drunkenness

Rapper T.I. Is Arrested on Public Drunkenness

Rapper T.I. was arrested earlier Wednesday morning in Stock Bridge, Georgia, outside of his residence's gated community. Deputy Chief Mike Ireland told E! He was released later this morning without bail.

Channel 2 Action News, which broke the story, reported that the "Live Your Life" star returned to the gated community where he lives around 4:00 a.m. and that he didn't have his keys. This led to an argument, during which T.I. reportedly asked, "Don't you know who I am?" before calling his friend to back him up.

Check out T.I.'s comments on the incident below.

According to Henry County Police, T.I., whose legal name is Clifford Harris Jr., was arrested and charged with simple assault, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness. He was taken downtown, where he spent about an hour and a half behind bars before posting a $2,250 bond, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. T.I. released a statement to The Blast after his release, saying the guard "antagonized" him after T.I. called him out for sleeping on the job. He says the rapper identified himself and sought entry, but the guard refused. Tip was in contact with "Tiny" by phone and "Tiny" confirmed that Tip should be let in immediately.

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He insists he should never have been arrested and explains he got into a "very heated debate" with the security guard because he was allegedly asleep while he was supposed to be working.

"The guard continued to refuse entry without justification". He says the guard eventually called the police, but says the law enforcement near his home are "white cops in a very white area", and he was promptly arrested.

Sadow claims police did not want to hear from T.I.'s side and arrested his client.