Rapper T.I. has been around the block. Recently completing a prison sentence for a federal weapons charge, T.I. has rebounded nicely, returning to performing and landing a successful reality show with his wife, Tiny.
But not many know that a few years ago, the rapper, whose real name is Clifford Harris, Jr., saved Scott Stapp of the rock band Creed, from near death.
In an interview with VH1’S Big Morning Show, the Creed front man talks about his new book “Sinner’s Creed” and how T.I. saved him during one of his lowest points.
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