The rapper says he has had to learn by trial and error after each of his arrests. And he says now that he is preparing to go back to prison for an 11-month sentence, he has learned his final lesson.
He made the comment yesterday on an Atlanta radio station (V103-FM). He appeared along with the 24-year-old man who last week threatened to kill himself by jumping off a building unless he got to speak to the rap star.
The good deed didn't stop authorities from ordering him back to prison a couple of days later for violating terms of his supervised release on federal weapons charges.
T.I. was arrested in California last month on a drug charge - prompting the move to put him back in prison.