Police: Rapper T.I. arrested outside his gated community

ATLANTA -- Police say rapper T.I. has been arrested on disorderly conduct and public drunkenness charges as he tried to enter his gated community outside Atlanta.

Henry County Police Deputy Chief Mike Ireland said T.I.

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