Grammy Award-winning rapper T.I. is locked up in prison again just days after being released to a halfway house.
The musician's lawyer tells the Associated Press that T.I. -- whose real name is Clifford Harris -- was moved from the halfway house in Atlanta to a federal penitentiary because of an issue involving his transportation to Atlanta. The rapper reportedly used a luxury tour bus to make the 375-mile trip from his previous federal lockup in Arkansas to the halfway house in Atlanta.
The Federal Bureau of Prisons website indicates T.I. -- who had been serving time for violating probation in a weapons case.-- is being held at the Atlanta penitentiary with a release date of Sept. 29.