T.I.'s Daughter Arrested At ATL Airport, Gun Discovered In Luggage

Hustle Gang leader T.I.‘s stepdaughter reportedly spent some time in an Georgia jail after airport security discovered she had a gun in her luggage.

According to reports, the 20-year-old’s bust went down Thursday (June 17) at Atlanta’s international airport.

Authorities arrested 20-year-old Zonnique Pullins at Georgia’s Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport after an x-ray machine flagged the .380-caliber Ruger semi-automatic pistol with a clip and five rounds in her luggage, local NBC affiliate 11Alive reported. Pullins reportedly claimed to TSA personnel that she possessed a permit for the firearm, but wasn’t able to produce one. Police confiscated her weapon, according to the report. (NY Daily News)


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Outside of the legal woe, T.I. recently spoke to SOHH about partnering up with rap mogul Jay Z‘s TIDAL streaming service.

“I think it’s already distanced itself from the other platforms simply because we have more unique usages. There are things that you can come to TIDAL for that you can’t go to the other two services and get. There are things that you can get on the TIDAL platform that you cannot get anywhere else.” (SOHH)

Tip also explained why TIDAL separated itself from competitors like Apple Music and Spotify.

“It exceeds exclusive music. Although it includes exclusive music, I don’t know anywhere else where you can go and get something that’s comparable to the TIDAL X performances or concert series. I don’t know of another platform where you can go get that. I don’t know of another platform where you could go get exclusive content like “Money & Violence” that has a cult following and dynamic feel of the culture and the community. I think it’s diverse in a way that sets itself apart from many of the other considerable mentions in this league.” (SOHH)

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