T.I. Makes First Public Appearance Since Release from Prison
"I am very well, very happy to be seen."
Since rapper T.I. was released from prison and sent to a halfway house, media has been buzzing about the rapper's next moves and when he would make his way back into the spotlight.
On Monday, the rapper made his first public appearance during the taping of a benefit concert for Alzheimer's research.
Titled “For The Love of Our Fathers”, the fundraiser was given a surprise appearance by T.I. as he came out to support his girlfriend Tameka “Tiny” Cottle who hosted the event along with Toya.
Held at Club Opera in Atlanta, fans were also treated to brief performances from The Tams, which was a group that features Tiny's father, Charles Pope, along with the up and coming group The OMG Girlz, which features the daughters T.I. and Lil Wayne.
According to the Atlanta- Journal Constitution, the rapper was also in a mood to give back as he presented Tiny with a blue Porsche Panamera laced with a bright red bow.
Now that the King is finally back out to play, it is only a matter of time before the music starts to flow again and the rapper takes his throne on Hip-Hop once again.