How can you contact Clifford Harris better known as TI?
I would search for his personal information if its released.
he is known as T.I. meaning ten-inch. he was born on the 25th September 1980
6. and had a daughter that passed away
Clifford J Harris
Register Number: 59458-019
FCI Forrest City Low
Federal Correctional Institution
p.o. box 9000
Forrest City, AR 72336
Clifford Joseph Harris Jr (better known by his stage name T.I. or T.I.P.) is incarcerated in a local prison in Forrest City, Arkansas. In March 2009, T.I. was sentenced to one year and one day in prison and ordered to pay a $100,300 fine for the felony weapons charges. On May 26, 2009, T.I. began serving his sentence. When released from FCC Forrest City, he will be subject to an audit of his finances, drug…
Clifford Joseph Harris, Jr., better known as T.I., had been known from childhood by the nickname 'Tip', a reference to his grandfather. When working with fellow artist Q-Tip at Arista Records, he shortened his stage name to T.I. out of respect, and so the two artists (and their work) wouldn't be confused with each other.
Clifford Joseph Harris Jr. (born on September 25, 1980 in Atlanta, Georgia) is an American rapper, actor, and philanthropist. He is best known by his stage name T.I., and also goes by The King of the South, T.I.P., and Rubber Band Man due to his former association as a dope-boy, and T.I.P., his alter ego.
Harris Park is named after John Harris who was, among other things, Surgeon General, Naval Officer (a specific title), Magistrate, Chief of Police, Director of Australia's first bank, The Bank of New South Wales, Landowner (of most of the promontory of Pyrmont/Ultimo and of 110 acres of the area now known as Harris Park, plus others. He had no known offspring but enticed his nephew (another Harris) to come to Sydney by building him a…
The sentence "You should of known better" derives from "You should've known better"; "should of" sounds about like the way you say "should've". Of course "should've" is a contraction of "should have" - consequently it is correct to say either "You should have known better" or (being a bit informal) "You should've known better" but it is incorrect to WRITE "You should of known better" instead of "You should've known better."
No The sentence "You should of known better." derives from "You should've known better."; "should of" sounds about like "should've". Of course "should've" is a contraction for "should have" so the correct sentence is either "You should have known better." or (if speaking informally and using contractions) "You should've known better." Writing the sentence as "You should of known better." instead of "You should've known better." is INCORRECT.