T.I.'s nagging disorderly conduct case in opposition to a safety guard in his gated neighborhood is lastly over. Tip's lawyer, Steve Sadow, confirmed to Billboard that his shopper appeared in Georgia courtroom Thursday (Dec. 13), the place he pleaded no contest and was ordered to pay only a $300 high-quality to have the remainder of the fees in opposition to him dismissed.
"Tip was harmless of all costs and would’ve been discovered not responsible by a jury at trial. But to place this matter to mattress, he agreed to enter a no contest plea to a county ordinance violation of cursing in a public place," Sadow informed Billboard e-mail. "The choose ordered a high-quality of $300, which was paid instantly. All of the fees within the amended accusation have been dismissed. The case is now concluded."
The messy state of affairs started through the wee hours of May 16, when the 38-year-old was arrested for public drunkenness and disorderly conduct following a heated argument with the safety officer working his gated neighborhood. The lure pioneer claims that the guard was "sleeping on the job" and cursing at his spouse over the telephone. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the performing safety guard, Euwan James, was ultimately fired due to how poorly he dealt with the altercation.
Back in August, TMZ obtained audio from The Atlanta rapper's arresting officer, who joked as soon as he discovered he'd be coping with a celeb on the scene. "He's the rapper? I've by no means seen him. He thinks his shit don't stink," the cop mentioned with a chuckle. "He needs everybody bowing all the way down to him."
On the music entrance, earlier this week (Dec. 10), T.I. launched the Mike Ho-directed brief movie for his Dime Trap deep lower "The Amazing Mr. F**okay Up," which finds Tip getting introspective about his life's journey all through the 10-minute clip.
Billboard has reached out to T.I.'s reps for affirmation. View the brand new video beneath.