Grammy-winning rapper T.I. has experienced another endorsement loss as new reports claim he has been dropped as a spokesperson for alcoholic beverage company Remy Martin.
Based on a statement from Remy Martin representatives ,the company no longer has an interest in maintaining their business ties with the rapper.
"Sometimes the "road to redemption" is a difficult path. Regrettably, we will not be able to continue collaborating with T.I. at this time. We wish T.I. well and hope he will devote his time and energy to staying the course."
Related news, T.I. also revealed that the title of his long-awaited, seventh album has been caged for a less merciful alternative.
According to T.I., he was compelled to switch the album's name.
"It ain't King Uncaged no more," T.I. revealed in an interview on the "Ricky Smiley Morning Show". "We had to change the title. [laughs] No Mercy [is the new name]. Yeah."
At The sametime, T.I. will reportedly be forced to serve out an 11-month sentence for a probation violation in the state of Arkansas no later than November 1st.
Despite being sentenced to 11 months in Atlanta, T.I. is headed to Arkansas.
T.I. will be returning to the exact same federal Arkansas jail next week that he cohabitated as part of his sentence for his 2008 gun conviction. According to the Associated Press, the King of the South will be entering Forrest City's low-security premises on November 1, where he will begin an 11-month sentence for violating his federal probation. (XXL Mag)
Source: Rap Radar & Ricky Smiley Morning Show