Daddy's home in time for Christmas! Rapper T.I. was released from prison early Tuesday morning after serving 7 months at a low-security penitentiary in Forrest City, Ark.
T.I.'s attorney Steve Sadow, who confirmed his release, said it is "not out of the ordinary" that he was released so soon.
He was originally sentenced to a year and a day in prison for weapons charges resulting from an October 2007 incident.
T.I. was released early due to good behavior, but he still has to report to Dismas Charities Atlanta West, which is a half way house, for about three months.
Describing the half way house, his attorney said "it's a restriction on your liberty but it's a way for you to reenter into society and not be confined within a jail type institution 24-hours a day."
Bet Tiny's happy to have her big daddy home. Welcome back T.I.