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I., spokespeople for the prison have publicly denied that T. The rapper, although not saying much, says he did no wrong. "Let's just say I ain't broke no laws, ain't no legal repercussions coming my way. He refuses to elaborate on the exact terms of his work-release program, but he does say he'll be free of his obligations by the end of the summer. Despite going into lockdown at the height of his career while his biggest record ever, "Rubber Band Man," was wreaking havoc, the Bankhead, Georgia, native says he was willing to accept his judgment and was ready for his life to progress.
Authorities claim Hobbs would receive and house large quantities of coke for the organization, which operated out of Mexico, Chicago, Mississippi and Houston.
On Monday (March 26), Hobbs plead guilty and now faces at least 10 years without the possibility of parole.
"I knew it wasn't going to be a lengthy period of time," he said on Friday at Atlanta's Patchwork studios about going to jail earlier this spring. has chosen to single out is Lil' Flip, who, along with T.
"I knew it was just a small situation that had to be taken care of. This had some of his detractors celebrating his downfall. I., has been heralded as one of the forerunners of the new generation of Southern MCs. At his shows in Atlanta, he would ask people who was the king of the South.