T.I. Speaks On The Right To Bear Arms & Jail

07.01.10 8 years ago 3 Comments

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On his rights as an American citizen:

“As long as there are other criminals out there who have them, then I definitely wish that I had my second amendment right. But you know I understand that I live in America and the law in America states that if you’re a felon, that you lose that second amendment right to bear arms. After I’m done with, you know what I’m saying, the conditions of my sentence, I’ll be able to vote.”

On how to “keep it real:”

“You see that’s not a part of keeping it real, in my eyes. Anyone who equates keeping it real to doing time or buying guns, I think that they are sadly mistaken on what keeping it real entails.”

How he was treated in Jail:

“It was a mixture of both. I didn’t go in there with the thought that I would be treated any differently, you know, any better. You know, I just went in there prepared to do what I had to do to get on back on up out of there.”

The difference between Jail and Prison:

“No, I’ve been to jail before, it was my first time in prison. Prison is for people, prison you actually be around people who been there for 10s, 15s, 20s of year. Jail is where you stay before you go to court you know for maybe 6, 8, 9 months, 12 months at a time.”

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