T.I. Heading to Low-Security Lockup in Arkansas

57060640The self-proclaimed King of the South will be spending his exile in Arkansas.

T.I. will serve out his sentence of one year and one day in the Forrest City low-security prison when he turns himself in on May 26.

According to a population report filed just yesterday by the all-male prison, located 85 miles east of  Little Rock and 45 miles west of Memphis, the double-fenced facility is currently housing 2,085 inmates.

It’s part of a larger Forrest City complex that also includes a medium-security prison and a satellite prison camp for the most minimum-security male offenders. All told, 4,214 inmates inhabit the compound.


Pictured: Recording artist Clifford Harris a/k/a ‘T.I’ addresses the press after being sentenced at the Richard B. Russell Federal Building and United States Courthouse on March 27, 2009 in Atlanta, Georgia. Harris received a one year and one day prison sentence on federal firearms charges. Following Harris’ prison sentence, he will have three years of supervised release, 365 days of home confinement and 1500 hours of community service, with credit for about 305 days of home confinement and 1030 hours of community service completed before sentencing. (Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images)