Rapper T.I. was released a month early from prison on Wednesday after serving 10 months for violating his probation in a weapons case, but his freedom didn't last very long. He's already been sent back to federal prison in Atlanta.
According to The Associated Press, T.I. was taken from Arkansas to a halfway house in Atlanta this week after being released from prison, but federal officials had an issue with how he traveled there.
The rapper reportedly rode in a luxury bus for the 375-mile trip.
T.I.'s attorney, Steve Sadow, told The Associated Press on Thursday that federal officials had an issue involving his transportation and locked him back up at a federal penitentiary.
After T.I. was released on Wednesday, he Tweeted, "Feels great to be back where I belong...Back in the arms of those who need me the most."
Hopefully he can get back there (again) soon!