Rapper T.I. may get special treatment when he finally reports to jail to serve his one year prison sentence. And by special treatment we mean a fraction of his sentence.
T.I., real name Clifford Harris, Jr., is due to turn himself over to authorities at Arkansas' Forrest City prison on May 26th to serve time for his 2007 arrest and subsequent conviction, but he may serve just two months out of the original 366-day sentence.
According to the Associated Press, he will only need to spend about 60 days behind bars, because he's already served 306 days on house arrest and served the rest of the time doing community service.
Not that we should we be surprised that a celebrity is getting special treatment, but do you think he should have to serve the entire sentence in the pokey? What are your thoughts?