Fierce-a-saurus Tyra Banks welcomes rapper T.I. on her show, and the two discuss T.I.'s upcoming jail sentence, as well as his long-lost virginity.
T.I. admits that he was operating under some pretty poor judgment the night he was caught in an Atlanta parking lot conducting an illegal transaction for machine guns and silencers.
Machine guns? Was he trying to outfit a militia???
He says that after watching his friend die in his arms from a gunshot believed to be intended for the musician, he became paranoid, fearing for his life.
Of the incident, he says, "It was a tremendous amount of pain and a tremendous amount of blame put on myself…Everyone who leaves Atlanta with me is my responsibility and if they don't make it back home to their families then I'm responsible, and he didn't make it back."
But he reacted inappropriately, saying, "It's more powerful to walk with God than walk with guns any day."
Now he faces a year in the slammer, of which he reassures Tyra he isn't afraid.
"I'm not afraid of anything but God. I mean God will never take me to what he can't take me through."
And then, for whatever reason, he lets us know that he lost his virginity at 11, adding, "If it makes it any better we had two kids together later on."
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