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"I've been blessed to receive tons and tons of mail from my fans, family and friends, as well as get visits on a regular basis. Unfortunately some guys aren't as fortunate," T.I. told MTV News. "There are a lot of good dudes in here that haven't been able to see their loved ones in years. Their families can't afford the trip so I wanted to help out."
As part of "To See a Love One," 46 family members and friends from Atlanta and Alabama rode on a chartered bus on Saturday (May 28) to visit the prison on Sunday and Monday.
T.I., born Clifford Harris, Jr. will be released from prison on September 29, 2011. His seventh studio album, 'No Mercy,' was released in December 2010. He went on to sell over 500,000 copies despite being incarcerated at the time.