T.I. Completes Prison Sentence, Begins "Supervised Release" with Curfew

T.I. Completes Prison Sentence, Begins 'Supervised Release' with Curfew
Southern rapper T.I. finally completed his year-long prison sentence for weapons charges today (March 26). The MC, who spent the last month of his sentence under house arrest, now has free roam - so long as he's home by 11 p.m.

According to TMZ, the rapper now has 23 days of "supervised release" left to serve, during which he has to be home by 11 p.m. every night, 1 a.m. on nights that he performs shows.

The rapper also has 400 hours of community service left, as well as three years of probation.

As we reported earlier, T.I. spent a large portion of his sentence in a halfway house, where he was able to begin working on a follow-up album to 2008's Paper Trail.

It's unclear whether the song will appear on that album, but T.I. recently released a comeback song, suitably titled "I'm Back." You can hear it below: