I am glad for rapper Clifford Joseph Harris, aka TI, that he's supposedly getting his life together enough to reflect and to speak to younger kids about not following down a path of crime. But you can't tell me he's not going to get paid for his new reality show which has gotten the okay for at least 6 (some sources say 8) episodes from MTV. The premise of the show covers TI's house arrest for machine gun charges and some of his 1,000 hours of community service up to his return to jail in early 2009; TI has been sentenced to one year in prison. This is not justice to me.
Why do we keep acknowledging and rewarding bad behaviors? What do you think, can justice be bought for the right price?